2 of 3 suspects from Metro PCS shooting arrested

Posted at 9:20 PM, Mar 24, 2016

Though one suspect is still on the run, two of three juveniles wanted for a shooting at a Metro PCS were arrested on Thursday, police reported. 

Police said A 17-year-old and 18-year-old Milton Jones were arrested Thursday. A 15-year-old suspect, seen above in a camouflage hat, is still at large. 

Police said the 15-year-old is also listed as a missing person. 

On Monday, police responded to the Metro PCS store at East 110th Street and Superior Avenue for shots fired at 7 p.m.

Police said when they arrived, officers spoke with one victim, identified as store employee Muntaser Ahmad, who said three unknown black men walked into his store.

Ahmad said one of the suspects was wearing a camouflage hat and asked about the price of a hoverboard that was in the store. When Ahmad told the man the hoverboard was $800, the suspect pulled out a small black handgun and pointed it at him. 

"Give me everything you got," police reported the suspect stating to the employee. That is when Ahmad grabbed a handgun from behind the counter and told the suspect to leave. 

Police said the suspects fled from the store. Ahmad followed them out the door, then one suspect started to shoot his gun. Another victim, identified as 23-year-old Rayshawn Bonner, was outside of the store when he was shot in the upper right arm. A third victim reported his car was damaged by the gunfire. 

Bonner was taken to University Hospitals for treatment, police reported. 

Police urge anyone with information about the identity of the suspects to contact the Fifth District Detective Bureau at 216-623-5518.