Teen charged in connection with Davenport shooting
A 16-year-old faces a felony charge in connection with a shooting that injured three people in Davenport, Iowa.
After several people with gunshot wounds showed up at a local hospital, investigators determined they had been shot in an alley in the 800 block of West 14th Street around 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
Police later said the shooting happened during an argument between several people. One adult and two juveniles were shot, and their injuries were considered non-life-threatening.
The day after the shooting, Davenport Police confirmed they found a weapon, and two other juveniles were arrested, at a home on Brown Street. One of the juveniles was held at the Juvenile Detention Center. The other was booked into the Scott County Jail.
Police charged 16-year-old Clerone Reed with felony intimidation-assault with a dangerous weapon. Jail records showed Reed was initially at the Scott County Jail but that he was later moved.