SPOTSYLVANIA Co., Va. (WWBT) - Two people have been charged after a teenager was shot and killed near a school in Spotsylvania County on Wednesday.
Deputies were called around 2:45 p.m. to the 11600 block of Summerfield Court.
At the scene, they found a teenage male suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to the hospital where he later died.
Deputies said they have identified the victim as Noah Waters, 19, of Spotsylvania County
Foster Brooks Jr., 22, of Fredericksburg, and Jevante Ellis, 22, of Spotsylvania have been charged in connection to his death. Brooks is charged with six counts of shooting from a vehicle as to endanger persons and Ellis was charged with robbery. Additional charges may be pending.
Deputies said Ellis and Waters had made arrangements to purchase narcotics from an associate. That person arranged for them to purchase the narcotics from Brooks.
Authorities say Waters and Ellis attempted to rob Brooks at gunpoint.
“Waters was wearing a ski mask that was also found on him upon law enforcement’s arrival. When they attempted to rob Brooks, Brooks began firing his own firearm at Waters. Brooks fired several rounds and one hit Noah Waters, killing him,” a release said.
Deputies are questioning several witnesses and a subject has been detained.
Several schools nearby were placed on lockdown, which has since lifted.
The investigation is ongoing.
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