Two suspects in Scott County Jail face felony charges including attempted murder for a shooting incident in Bettendorf.

Andre Little, 27, and Daniel Morgan, 32, face charges in connection with a shooting incident on Jan. 4 in the 3400 block of Towne Pointe Drive in Bettendorf, according to arrest affidavits.

Andre Little (L) and Daniel Morgan (photos: Scott County Jail)

Police allege that Little and Morgan were trying to find a 20-year-old victim in an apartment. The victim locked the door between him and the other two, but they forced their way in, according to arrest affidavits.

Once inside, they physically assaulted the victim. Morgan had a handgun while in the residence, police allege in arrest affidavits. The victim fled the residence into the hallway outside when Morgan fired one round at him, striking him in the chest.

Both Morgan and Little took off, according to affidavits. Officers found the other man with an apparent gunshot wound and immediately provided treatment. The victim, with what appeared to be a non-life threatening injury, was transported by Medic EMS to a hospital, a news release says.

Affidavits say the victim knows Morgan, and identified him as the shooter. Security video from the apartment complex, in addition to other video obtained during the investigation, helped police to identify the two.

The victim and Morgan were arguing about money outside the apartment complex before the altercation, affidavits say. The victim believed the altercation was because Morgan was upset that the victim was taking too long to get his money.

Suspects located at gas station, traffic stop

About 5:30 p.m. Friday, deputies from the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office located and placed in custody Daniel Morgan, of Rock Island. Deputies found Morgan at the Casey’s gas station in Lewistown, Ill., and he was taken into custody without incident, the release says.

Morgan was transported to Graham Hospital for treatment of a previous injury, then was released from medical treatment. He was extradited Tuesday from Fulton County Jail to Scott County Jail, according to the news release and jail officials.

Little faces felony charges of attempted murder, willful injury – causing serious injury, first-degree burglary, assault while participating in a felony and going armed with intent, according to court records and a news release.

Little, who is being held on a total $101,000 bond in Scott County Jail, is set for a preliminary hearing Jan. 20 in Scott County Court. Little was apprehended by Bettendorf Police on Monday about 1:24 p.m. during a traffic stop in Davenport, the release says.

Morgan faces charges of attempted murder, felon in possession of a firearm, first-degree burglary, assault while participating in a felony, going armed with intent, and willful injury causing serious injury, the news release says.