2 Seattle shooting suspects won’t fight transfer from Vegas

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Two suspects in a downtown Seattle shooting that left one person dead and seven others injured won’t fight their transfer in custody to Washington state following their arrests during the weekend in Las Vegas. Marquise Tolbert and William Tolliver stood in shackles before a judge Tuesday and each said they won’t contest extradition to Seattle. That’s where a third suspect who police said was injured in the Jan. 22 shooting has been charged with unlawful possession of a firearm. Tolbert and Tolliver weren’t represented by attorneys. They were arrested Saturday leaving a casino hotel near the Las Vegas Strip.