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Teen arrested in shooting near CO school that left 6 injured – Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City, Missouri 2021-11-24 12:47:37 –

Aurora, Colorado — A teenage boy Arrested on monday In connection with a shooting that injured six students last week near Aurora Central High School in Colorado.

According to Aurora police, the teenager, who was not identified because he was a boy, was only identified as the 15-year-old who was driving the Chrysler 300 at the time of the shooting. He faces an attempted first-class murder charge.

NS Other excellent vehicle police identified Chevrolet Tahoe, what they call drive-by shooting, was also discovered, towed, and confiscated as investigators continued to stitch together the events that led to the shooting.

Investigators have determined that there are at least two people in Nome Park who have shot back Chevrolet Tahoe and Chrysler 300, and detectives work 24 hours a day to identify everyone else associated with them. Police said.

NS The shooting happened After noon on Monday, at Nome Park, just north of Aurora Central High School, attended by all six victims shot dead.

The victim was identified by police as follows: 14 year old man. 15 year old female. 16 year old man. 16 year old female. 17 year old man. And an 18 year old man.

Aurora’s police chief said at a press conference on November 16 that two of the six victims would make a long recovery before them.

The aurora police’s serious crime department said this shooting Shooting injured three teenagers outside Hinckley High School on Friday afternoon..

Anyone who has information about the park shooters, as well as the two vehicle shooters identified, is advised to contact the Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867. The tipster remains anonymous and is eligible to receive up to $ 7,000 in rewards.

This story was originally published by KMGH’s Oscar Contreras.



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