Decatur club shooting suspect turns himself in

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Norris J. Guillot, III (Decatur Police)

DECATUR, Ala. (WHNT) – Decatur Police say the man suspected of shooting three people at a Decatur Club over the weekend turned himself in Tuesday afternoon.

Norris J. Guillot III contacted the Cullman County Sheriff’s Office and turned himself in Tuesday, according to Decatur Police.

Police say they responded to a call about a possible shooting at the “Street Fury” motorcycle club on 12th Avenue on early Sunday morning. Officers said the shooting happened after an argument between two women in the parking lot of the club. After the argument was broken up, Guillot took out a gun, shot into the crowd of people, and fled the scene, police said.

Three people were shot during the incident: 21-year-old Anthony Strong, 26-year-old Joshua Dewayne Kirkland, and 46-year-old Sharon Kirkland. Officers said two of the victims were transported to hospitals in Decatur. Joshua Kirkland was transported to Huntsville Hospital.

Guillot was transferred to the custody of the Decatur Police Department and transported to the Decatur City Jail where he was booked in for three counts of Assault in the 1st Degree.  Morgan County Circuit Judge Jennifer Howell set Guillot’s bond at $100,000.00 for each charge, with an aggregate bond of $300,000.00.  Guillot will be transferred to the Morgan County Jail.

During the investigation, police said Mario Gibson, the “Street Fury” Motorcycle Club president, had intentionally misled police.  On July 6, Gibson was arrested for Hindering Prosecution in the 1st Degree and transferred to the Morgan County Jail with no bond.  At the time of the offense, Gibson was out on bond for an unrelated drug charge.