A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in a shooting that left a person lifeless and a girl injured at a mall in Nebraska, officers stated.
Makhi Woolridge-Jones was busted Sunday on a cost of first-degree homicide in the shooting a day earlier at the Westroads Mall in Omaha.
Brandon Woolridge-Jones, 18, was arrested earlier on a cost of being an adjunct to the shooting close to the JCPenney retailer.
The connection of the 2 suspects was not reported.
On Sunday, cops stated they weren’t in search of some other suspects in the incident, which left 21-year-old Trequez Swift lifeless.
Police stated it appeared the shooting was an “remoted incident” and never a random assault, CNN reported.
The second sufferer, Ja’Keya Veland, 22, was pushed in a private automobile to CHI Immanuel Hospital, police spokesman Neil Bonacci informed WOWT.
Police later stated she had walked into the hospital with a gunshot wound that was not thought of life-threatening.
In 2007, the mall was the scene of a mass shooting when Robert Hawkins, 19, gunned down eight folks earlier than turning the gun on himself. That shooting left 5 others injured.