MAYFIELD, KY — Two men face new charges in connection with a deadly drive-by shooting that happened in Mayfield, Kentucky, last month.

The two suspects, both from Mayfield, are charged in the shooting death of 23-year-old Savannah Hancock.

In a news release sent Tuesday, Mayfield Police Chief Nathan Kent says 30-year-old Stanford Shelton has been charged with murder and 27-year-old Demetri Ross has been charged with complicity to commit murder.

Police say Hancock was the unintended victim of the shooting. Police say Ross and Shelton intended to shoot Jarrod Powell, but fired into the wrong home in a duplex on Lee Street. Hancock was killed on June 18. Police say that June day was not the first that the two tried to kill Powell. They’re also accused of shooting into Powell’s home in May.

Ross is jailed in the Graves County Jail, and Shelton is jailed in the McCracken County Jail.

Kent says the Mayfield Police Department is also searching for a woman wanted on a charge of complicity to commit murder. The police chief says 28-year-old Hayden Dunnigan is white; 5 feet, 8 inches tall; weighs 150 pounds and has green eyes and brown hair. If you have information about where Dunnigan is, you can call the Mayfield Police Department at 270-247-1621.

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