Police: Two Juveniles Charged As Adults For Attempted Murder After Catawba College Shooting | VIDEO
Police say the two juveniles charged for their involvement in a shooting at Catawba College on December 29th, 2021 were indicted as adults.
Tyreze Miller, 17, and Isaiah Boulder, 17, were charged with one count of attempted murder each for their involvement in the Sam Moir Christmas Classic basketball tournament shooting, according to a news release.
Detectives have charged two juveniles with two counts of attempted murder each for their involvement in a shooting during a high school basketball tournament at Catawba College on Wednesday.
The Salisbury Police Department was able to obtain secure custody orders for the two juveniles after identifying them as the shooters in this case.
On Friday, December 31st, officers located the two juveniles and took them Stonewall Jackson Youth Development Center.
Each juvenile was then charged with two counts of attempted murder, with further charges pending, according to a news release.
Police say the suspects cannot be named at this time due to their ages.
Anyone with more information about the shooting at Catawba College is asked to call Lieutenant Crews at 704-638-5333.
Salisbury Police hold a news conference to provide an update on a shooting at Catawba College that left two juveniles injured.
Original Story (12/29/21):
SALISBURY, N.C. — A shooting during a high school basketball tournament at Catawba College prompted a shelter in place on campus Wednesday night. Salisbury Police Chief Jerry Stokes tells WCCB two male juveniles were shot in the lobby area of the Goodman Gym. One victim was flown to Wake Forest Baptist Hospital and the other was taken to Rowan Regional Medical Center. The extent of the victim’s injuries is unknown at this time.
The 2021 Sam Moir High School Basketball Tournament was being played in the gym. North Rowan was playing West Rowan at the time of the shooting according to police.
Rowan-Salisbury School officials say further games for the tournament have been cancelled.
No suspects are in custody. Anyone with information is asked to contact Salisbury Police.