Carthage police are continuing to work leads and search for one of two suspects in a shooting on Jan. 9 attack that left two people hospitalized in what police say was a drug deal gone bad.

Carthage police are continuing to work leads and search for one of two suspects in a shooting on Jan. 9 attack that left two people hospitalized in what police say was a drug deal gone bad.
Carthage Community Policing officer Chad Dininger said the search continues for Nathaniel J. Woods, 18, last known to be living in Belton, Mo.
The other suspect, Timothy McLeod, 21, Kansas City, Mo., was arrested in Kansas City on Jan. 18.
Both suspects face six felony charges, three counts of armed criminal action, two of first degree assault and one count of first degree robbery.
McLeod had been held in the Jasper County Jail on no bond since his arrest.
A hearing was held on Wednesday, Feb. 21, in Joplin before Jasper County Associate Circuit Judge Joseph Hensley in which bond was set at $50,000.
Conditions include that McLeod must wear a GPS monitor and he cannot travel more than 50 miles south of Raytown, Mo., except to meet with his attorney or come to court. He also may not have any contact with the victims in the case.
Dininger said the shooting victims, Austin Chisolm, 21, and a juvenile who has not been named by police, are recovering from their wounds.
At the time, Dininger said investigators had determined the shooting happened during a drug deal gone bad.
A probable cause statement, filed by police in McLeod's case, said while the drug deal was happening, McLeod allegedly entered the back door with a handgun, told the home occupants to “give me everything you have,” and started shooting.
The statement said McLeod hit Chisolm in the shoulder and the juvenile in the abdomen, then Woods and McLeod fled out the back door of the home.
When they were fleeing, one of them dropped a white iPhone that police later determined belonged to McLeod.
Dininger said detectives were still following leads in the case and were refining what they believed happened in the home.
Dininger said Carthage police detectives are leading the investigation with assistance from the Missouri State Highway Patrol and from the Ozarks Drug Enforcement Team.