Five people are now in custody in connection to two shootings in Cape Girardeau. Police confirmed that Madison Hunt of Oak Ridge, is in custody as of 4:30 Wednesday afternoon (December 7). Hunt was wanted on charges of conspiracy to commit robbery, attempted robbery first degree and felony armed criminal action from two incidents on Sunday, November 13. Police are also confirming that Lorenzo Flagg was arrested in Kennett on Dec. 6. Christopher Hawkins of Cape, was arrested early on Monday, Dec. 5 during a traffic stop. Hawkins was wanted on charges of conspiracy to commit robbery, attempted robbery 1st degree, and 2 counts of felony armed criminal action. The shootings took place near the Rhodes 101 store on William Street and on Independence Streets when a deal was set up for marijuana and shots were fired during an alleged robbery attempt. Lawrence, of Cape Girardeau, Flagg, of Jackson, and Wilfong, of Farmington, are charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, attempted robbery 1st degree, and felony armed criminal action. Bond for Hawkins, Flagg, and Lawrence is set at $100,000. A judge set bond for Wilfong and Hunt at $25,000.