Update June 7, 1:34 p.m.
Marshals arrested Jallel Jones, 24, on Monday in Clay County.
Eric Jefferson Jr., Source: Starkville Police Department
Zahied Logan, Source: Starkville Police Department
He faces two counts of aggravated assault.
Investigators believe a bullet grazed Jones during the shooting Sunday morning.
Original article below
STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - Starkville police are looking into a shooting that happened Sunday morning that left four people in the hospital.
It happened in a parking lot behind a Marathon gas station known as "Coconuts" around 1:00 Sunday morning.
Authorities said this all started when a woman tried to end a relationship with one of the men involved.
Police Chief Mark Ballard said an argument broke out and someone pulled out a gun and started shooting.
Ballard said as many as three guns could have been involved.
The woman was shot and transported to OCH Regional Hospital where she was treated and released.
One other suspect remains in the hospital with injuries.
Zahied Logan, 20, of Maben, and Eric Jefferson, 20, of Maben, also suffered gunshot wounds.
After being treated, officers arrested and charged each of them with two counts of aggravated assault.
Police are still searching for another suspect, 24-year-old Jallel Jones of Mathiston.
Ballard said they do not consider Jones a threat and ask that he turn himself in.