Alleged Shooter In West Valley City Incident Turns Himself In
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – A juvenile alleged to be involved in a shooting that happened June 13 has turned himself in, police said.
The boy has been booked in detention on aggravated assault, discharging a firearm and inciting a riot, according to West Valley City Police.
Deputy Chief Robert Hamilton said a group of teenagers and adults were arguing outside a car on June 13 when one of them pulled out a gun. Several shots were fired into a car at the scene, one of which hit a person in the buttocks.
The car then sped away, according to witnesses. Police located the vehicle and attempted to pull it over, but the driver fled. A short chase ensued, which ended when the vehicle blew a tire in the area of 1895 South and Redwood Road.
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