GRAHAM, Wash. (AP) — Authorities say a 16-year-old boy suspected of shooting and wounding two students outside a high school near Tacoma has turned himself in to authorities.
The Pierce County Sheriff’s Office says the boy was taken into custody Monday afternoon in Tacoma.
The sheriff’s office says he will be booked on charges of assault and drive-by shooting.
Authorities said earlier Monday that two teenagers who had been arrested in connection with the incident would be released pending further developments in the case.
Investigators say those suspects were with another person who fired the shots that wounded two students outside Graham-Kapowsin High School on Tuesday.
A fourth suspect remains at large.
Authorities say the shooting happened at the site of a prearranged fight between one of the suspects and another Graham-Kapowsin student.