Valley High Shooting Suspect Turns Self In
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The juvenile shooting suspect accused of shooting a Valley High School student near campus Tuesday has turned himself in, according to police.
The Sacramento Police Department says they are still investigating the motive that led to the shooting, which left a student wounded in the arm and forced the high school campus and a nearby college campus to lock down while authorities searched for the shooter.
The suspect’s family dropped him off at juvenile hall Wednesday evening.
The suspect has not been identified.