A 14-year-old wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of a Federal Way teen has turned himself in to police.
A 14-year-old boy wanted by police in connection with the fatal shooting this month of a Federal Way teen turned himself in to authorities Sunday.
The 14-year-old and another boy, 16, were seen inside a car with Wesley D. Gennings on Feb. 13 in the parking lot of a Federal Way Taco Bell. Gennings, 16, was shot while he was in the vehicle.
The boy turned himself in Sunday evening, accompanied by his attorney, according to the Federal Way Police Department. He was booked into the King County Juvenile Detention Center for investigation of murder.
The younger suspect was described by police as a Saghalie Middle School student. The Federal Way School District said in statement Friday that it was working with police to ensure the safety of students and staff at the school.
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The 16-year-old was arrested Thursday at Thomas Jefferson High School in Auburn. He was booked into the King County Juvenile Detention Center.