An 18-year-old Pine Bluff man identified as the suspect in a shooting Sunday that left one person dead and three wounded is in police custody.

An 18-year-old Pine Bluff man identified as the suspect in a shooting Sunday that left one person dead and three wounded is in police custody.

Lt. Bob Rawlinson said Trammell Moore surrendered to Police Detective Jerry Lambert at about 12:45 p.m. at Miramar and Bay Streets and was taken to the Detective Office to be interviewed.

Moore is accused in the death of Walter Ashley Jr., 39, who was shot on the parking lot of the Three Gables nightclub and pronounced dead at the scene by Jefferson County Chief Deputy Coroner David Westbrook at 4:27 a.m. Sunday. The cause of death was listed as a gunshot wound to the upper body.

The slaying was the 17th of the year in Jefferson County and the 15th inside the Pine Bluff city limits.

Three people who were also on the parking lot were taken to Jefferson Regional Medical Center where they were treated for what police called “non-life threatening” injuries.

They were Luther Wholly, 23, of Pine Bluff, who was shot in the upper left arm; Dontranell Harrison, 21, of Stuttgart, who was shot in the leg; and Maklina McLemore, 20, of Pine Bluff who was shot in the foot.

Trammell Moore’s brother, Joshua Moore, 22, was arrested Sunday after he was stopped driving a car seen leaving the scene of the shooting. That car was followed by a security guard from the nightclub who contacted police.

At a probable cause hearing for Joshua Moore on Monday, Lambert said that the initial investigation indicated that Trammell Moore and Joshua Moore were involved in one of two fights inside the club. Off-duty police officers who were working security on the parking lot broke up the fights, using pepper spray the second time.

When the crowd began leaving, shots were reportedly fired from a “box style” Chevrolet Caprice that Joshua Moore reportedly was driving.

Lambert said there was no indication that any of the shooting victims were involved in the fights in the nightclub.

Trammell Moore was also a suspect in a homicide earlier this year, having been arrested in the May 31 shooting death of James Moten Jr., 30, whose body was found behind a house at 1911 Amis St., on May 27. His death was caused by gunshot wounds to the upper body.

On Monday, Prosecuting Attorney S. Kyle Hunter said Trammell Moore had been arrested on probable cause of capital murder but was released pending further investigation because prosecutors did not have enough evidence to formally charge him.

Rawlinson said that case remains open.

After being questioned Tuesday, Trammell Moore was taken to the adult detention center where he was held on probable cause of capital murder and three-counts of first-degree battery, pending an expected court appearance Wednesday in Jefferson County District Court and the filing of formal charges in the case.

Joshua Moore is being held without bond on the same charges.