Tajah Brown has been indicted on charges of Attempted Murder. His co-defendant, John James (JJ) Common, remains in the Limestone Correctional Center.
From March: Tajah Nathaniel Brown, 28, was arrested last week in Franklin County. The Russellville man is the second to be charged in connection with a February 8th Phil Campbell shooting. Updated reports indicate at least 15 rounds were fired into the home of a woman who reportedly owed money to John James Walker Common, aka J.J. Common. Brown is charged with shooting into an occupied building and attempted murder. He remains in the Franklin County Jail as of Sunday morning, facing a possible 20 year prison sentence.
J.J. Common also remains in the Franklin County Jail in lieu of 350K bond. The Russellville man is charged with firing into an occupied building, attempted murder, and trafficking in at least three separate illegal drugs. Common, who has multiple state and federal convictions for drug dealing and violent crimes, faces the possibility of life without parole if convicted as a habitual offender. He is currently on probation in the state prison system.