2 Students Shot In Philadelphia High School Gym

A short time later, Philadelphia police tweeted they had a suspect in custody. Officer Jillian Russell, a police spokeswoman, said he was 17 years old. Ramsey later said authorities were able to "identify him right away," after which officers were sent to his home. "We were able to grab him," the police commissioner said. "We did not recover the gun, but we do have him in custody and he has been positively identified." But a few hours later, Stanford said that young man was not the shooter as police initially thought, though he was at the scene. He was "completely cleared by investigators and released" later that night, the police lieutenant said. By then, Philadelphia police had announced they were "still looking for additional suspects." This includes searching for a weapon possibly used in the shooting in trash cans, along the tracks and other spots around the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's Olney visit station, their website SEPTA spokesman Andrew Busch said. While a gun hadn't been found by 9 p.m., Stanford said one of the two young males authorities had been looking for had turned himself in. More http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/17/justice/philadelphia-high-school-shooting/index.html