Shootout at Georgia gas station that injured 9 children results in 2 people being detained, including a minor.

Police have detained two people in connection with the incident, including a teenage suspect, a week after a shooting at a Georgia gas station left nine children injured.

D’Angelo Robinson, Sr., 35, and a 15-year-old kid—wwho has not been publicly identified owing to his age—wwere detained on assault charges, according to police in Columbus, Georgia, on Friday.

The juvenile suspect, who police say has been identified as a confirmed gang member, faces a single count of aggravated assault in connection with the shooting on February 17. Robinson, Sr., has been charged with eight counts of aggravated assault.

Police indicate that other charges are still pending.

It’s unknown if Robinson or the youngster hired lawyers to speak for them or if they pleaded guilty to the charges.

The shooting, which occurred in front of a Shell gas station on the Alabama-Georgia border, injured two female victims, both 13 years old, and seven male victims, all between the ages of 5 and 17.

Police Chief Freddie Blackmon earlier stated during a news conference after the shooting, “Based on our early investigation, we determined that an altercation took place at a party that was close.”

The inquiry is ongoing.

Det. E. Rosado can be reached at (706) 225-4328 if you have any information on the case.

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