HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Authorities say two people who are accused of fatally shooting an Alabama man have been charged.

News outlets report 20-year-old Isaiah DeShawn Emory and 21-year-old Terrien Bone were charged with murder in the Saturday death of 26-year-old James Jones.

Authorities say Jones was lying on Joy Circle, suffering from several gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Huntsville police Sgt. Jonathan Ware said in a news release that the shooting stemmed from a drug deal gone bad. Ware says the victim was transported in the suspect’s car and dropped at the Joy Circle location.

Further details have not been released. It’s unclear if the accused have lawyers.

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