Feb. 2 (UPI) — Police on Wednesday identified the suspects in a deadly Minnesota school capturing as two scholars.
Richfield Police Chief Jay Henthorne identified the suspects as Fernando Valdez-Alverez, 18, and Alfredo Rosario Solis, 19, including that a 15-12 months-vintage student was once killed within the capturing on Tuesday and a 17-year-antique student is still hospitalized in important situation. A 19-year-old was also treated for minor accidents on the scene.
Henthorne stated Valdez-Alvarez and Solis fled the scene in a car following the shooting but have been apprehended after 6 p.m. as police carried out separate search warrants.
Charges in opposition to the 2 are expected to be filed on Thursday.
The capturing outdoor the South Training Middle in Richfield, Minn., south of Minneapolis, on Wednesday, sparked from a battle among 5 scholars that knew each other by which a “handgun was once produced,” Henthorne mentioned.
A gun used to be recovered from one in every of the suspects’ addresses and Henthrone said there aren’t any different threats against the school.
The sufferers weren’t recognized however Richfield Mayor Maria Regan Gonzalez mentioned the 15-12 months-vintage used to be a “revered” member of the group who loved enjoying football and spending time with his friends.
“He will need to have had an entire life of joy and happiness and expansion in front of him,” said Gonzalez.
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