A pair of teenagers is under arrest, accused in a drive-by shooting that sent a young girl to the hospital.
Sixteen-year-old Ta'Yana Sapp was shot in the leg back in April after witnesses say two men in a white Impala drove by slowly and opened fire.
The girl and her brother were standing in front of their Holton Street home at the time. Tallahassee Police now say they have the trigger man and driver in custody.
"We had some witnesses come forward and they gave us a good description. They knew who these people were and they provided that information to us and we followed up on it and were able to capture these folks," said Tallahassee Police spokesman David McCranie.
Sixteen-year-old Markees Wyatt and 17-year-old Morris Riley are both charged with attempted murder.
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