SAN FRANCISCO (KRON)—One juvenile has been charged with attempted murder in connection to the high school shooting in San Francisco’s Excelsior District last week.
The charges were filed Tuesday in the shooting at June Jordan School for Equity, according to a spokesman with the district attorney’s office.
Police said they arrested two juveniles in the case.
One teenage girl and three teenage boys were hurt in the shooting that happened inside the school parking lot.
Shots were fired right after school got out for the day around 3:15 p.m.
Police say one suspect pulled out a gun in the attack that looked like it was targeting one teenage girl before leaving the scene with three other suspects.
The teenage girl had life-threatening injuries while the other three students hurt had non-life threatening injuries, police said.