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One of two men wanted in connection to Soap Lake shooting turns himself in

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Information on the second male is still not yet known. Anyone who may have information is asked to contact the Grant County Sheriff’s Office at 509-762-1160, or send information to crimetips@grantcountywa.gov. Information on the second male is still not yet known. Anyone who may have information is asked to contact the Grant County Sheriff’s Office at 509-762-1160, or send information to crimetips@grantcountywa.gov.
GRANT COUNTY, Wash. -

The Grant County Sheriff's Office says one of the two suspects wanted in connection to a weekend shooting in Soap Lake has turned himself in. 

23-year-old Tomas Miguel Lopez turned himself in Sunday night and was booked into the Grant County Jail, according to the Sheriff's Office. \

The Sheriff's Office says Saturday night, two men pulled up next to a car in Soap Lake, and opened fire. A 16-year-old boy received minor injuries in the incident and the other person was not injured. The Sheriff's Office says Lopez was one of the two suspects in the incident. 

Information on the second male is still not yet known. Anyone who may have information is asked to contact the Grant County Sheriff’s Office at 509-762-1160, or send information to crimetips@grantcountywa.gov. Reference case number 16GS09881. Tipsters can remain anonymous.

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