Sandy Springs police are reporting two arrests in connection with an April 2 shooting at Hammond Park after one suspect’s mother turned their location over to police.

Police arrested Chavis Baker, 24, and Terence Doe, 26, at the United Inn on Memorial Drive in DeKalb County this morning, April 3.

Baker is accused shooting at 18-year old Khalif Quashon Williams over an argument resulting from a basketball game. No injuries were reported.

The Sandy Springs police said witnesses reported that the argument happened at 3 p.m. on April 2.

“Baker retrieved a weapon from his car and shot one time at Williams as he fled,” the police report said. “Baker and the Terence Doe then left the park in Doe’s Ford Explorer. Witnesses obtained a tag number on the vehicle. It showed to be registered to Terence Doe’s mother, who lives in Beaufort, S.C.”

Doe’s mother told police where they could find her son, the police report said. Police also found the weapon allegedly used in the crime, a Taurus 9mm semi-automatic. The gun was listed as stolen, police said.

Baker is charged with Aggravated Assault, Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Felony, and Theft by Receiving Stolen Property.

Doe is charged with Party to a Crime of Aggravated Assault. Both are in the Fulton County Jail.