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OMAHA, Neb. – Authorities in Nebraska are searching for a 12-year-old boy, who is wanted for murder.
A warrant has been issued for 12-year-old Jarrell Milton following a deadly shooting on June 29.
Family members say Fisher and Ray were driving through Miller Park when someone began shooting at them. The pair drove through a fence to get onto a golf course to avoid the bullets.
Ray died at a nearby hospital, but Fisher was treated and released.
Police already arrested a 17-year-old and a 15-year-old for the crime.
However, Milton is still on the run.
“It’s incomprehensible. It’s unbelievable when you think of somebody who’s 12 years old, seventh grade or sixth grade, and being charged with murder for having a gun- approaching somebody and using that firearm with two other people that also had firearms,” said Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine. “All of it’s even impossible to imagine that it’s even a possibility.”
Prosecutors believe all of the suspects have ties to gangs. Although they are young, they are accused of committing serious crimes.
In fact, officials believe the shooting was a set up.
“[It was] a situation where they made a phone call to have this person come to the park for maybe a possible, potential drug deal and did what they did,” Kleine said.
The shooting is still under investigation and prosecutors say more charges could be on the way.
“Our intentions are to file on them as adults,” Kleine said. “There’s a question in regards to the 12-year-old under the new law, whether we can proceed in adult court, so we’ll get him into custody and then make that determination.”