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Two brothers were arrested and charged in connection with a Sunday morning shooting in Centreville.
Fairfax County police said 28-year-old Darnell L. Parker of Delaware and 27-year-old Carlton N. Parker of Washington D.C., were arrested and charged with shooting at a car.
On June 29, police said, the suspects were called to pick up two women who were with the 30-year-old male victim at 5825 Trinity Parkway. Once the women were in the suspects’ car, the police said they shot at the victim’s Porsche.
The man was struck in the leg and police said the suspects fled the scene. The brothers were apprehended on I-66.
The victim was taken to the hospital for non life-threatening injuries.
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