Suspect caught in NoMa shooting that left 13 wounded

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Local,Crime,Scott McCabe

A 19-year-old wanted in the NoMa neighborhood shooting that left 13 peopled injured surrendered to police on Friday.

Craig Steven Wilson of Southeast D.C. was arrested on a warrant charging him with assault with intent to kill. Wilson turned himself in after police released his and another teen's identities in connection with the drive-by shooting outside a public housing apartment on North Capitol Street just south of New York Avenue NW around 2:10 a.m. Monday.

Police said they have also recovered a 1999 Mercedes Benz that they say was used in the attack

Police continue to search for another 19-year-old, Andrew Davon Allen, who is wanted for questing in the drive-by shooting at a public housing complex early Monday morning.

Allen is a black male, 5-feet-8 and 150 pounds, with a medium complexion.

Police are investigating whether the attack was the result of an altercation at a nearby nightclub that had let out minutes earlier.

smccabe@washingtonexaminer.com

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Scott McCabe

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