RICHMOND, Va. -- The fourth suspect in Friday's homicide on Nine Mile Road in Richmond turned himself in on Wednesday, according to police.
On Wednesday just before 8 p.m., the remaining suspect in the shootings that led to the death of two children turned himself in at RPD headquarters.
The shooting led to the deaths of 14-year-old Raquan Logan and a nine-year-old Short Pump boy whose family identified as Abdul Bani-Ahmad.
The suspect, who is one of four in the case, is a 17-year old.
He is charged with the following:
- Murder – Two counts
- Use of a firearm in the commission of a felony – Eight counts
- Aggravated malicious wounding – Two counts
- Possession of a firearm by a minor
- Shooting into an occupied vehicle
- Shooting from a moving vehicle
- Attempted murder
Richmond Police Chief Gerald Smith shared the following statement on Wednesday:
I continue to commend the officers, major crimes detectives, and all of those involved in resolving this case so quickly as we pursue justice for the families of the victims.
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