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Teenaged Gunman Turns Himself In, According to New York Criminal Lawyers

A teenager armed with a gun showed some remorse when he turned himself in to police for shooting two boys in Brownsville, police informed a New York Criminal Lawyer. It is currently unknown why he was brandishing the gun or why shots were fired at all. Further details have yet to be revealed.
The 18-year-old gunman allegedly informed a New York Criminal Lawyer that he was not aiming at his victims when he shot two young boys, aged 12 and 10 years of age, on Legion Street near Sutter Avenue one Monday at 8:15 p.m.
Despite his protests that the shooting was accidental, the 18-year-old suspect was charged with attempted murder, assault, and weapons possession, sources told a New York Criminal Lawyer.
The victims were determined to be in stable condition at last report, and no further details are available regarding their status.
New York Criminal Lawyers are attempting to learn more about the case, but no further information, regarding the victims, the crime, or the suspect are available at this time. As of this writing, the trial has yet to commence.
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