Teen wanted in Pierce County shooting of two boys near high school turns himself in December 12, 2017
Photos of two suspects in the Pierce County school shooting and a suspect vehicle. Photos released last week by the sheriff's office.
(TACOMA, WA.) -- A 16-year old boy accused of shooting and wounding two other young men, both high school students, just outside Graham-Kapowsin High School last week surrendered to authorities on Monday, according to the Pierce County Sheriff's office.
The teen turned himself in at the Remann Hall juvenile detention center in Tacoma. . The sheriff's office says he'll be booked on charges of assault and drive-by shooting, according to a report by SeattlePI.com.
Two other suspects were previously arrested. It is believed those two were with the teen who fired the shots that wounded the two students on December 5th.
Another suspect remains at large. Both of the boys who were wounded were hospitalized, underwent surgery and are expected to survive.