What to Know
- Two students confess to shooting; charged with deadly conduct.
- Police say shooting started after an ongoing feud got heated Thursday.
- Condition of injured person not known.
Two students detained Thursday after a shooting near Mesquite High School are being charged with deadly conduct.
Mesquite police said Friday that two students, 17-year-old Treveon Sims-Hubbard, of Mesquite, and 17-year-old Dwayne Lassai, of Seagoville, confessed to the shooting that took place outside a Wells Fargo Bank on Thursday afternoon.
Investigators said an ongoing feud between several people got heated Thursday afternoon and that Sims-Hubbard and Lassai pulled out guns and began firing.
On Thursday, police said a witness to the shooting told police they saw two people run toward the school after the shooting and that they were seen entering the school on surveillance video. A lockdown Thursday afternoon was lifted after the pair had been taken into custody. Police said the pair were both being held on $15,000 bond each.
A person injured in the shooting, whose name has not been released, was transported to an area hospital in stable condition.
The investigation into the incident is ongoing.