Michigan 14-year-old jailed on $1 million bond in shooting of another teen

Michigan 14-year-old jailed on $1 million bond in shooting of another teen

A 14-year-old male remains jailed on a $1 million bond in connection with the shooting of another teen in Old Town Saginaw.

Tanorris T. Lee is charged as an adult with assault with intent to murder and three firearm offenses in the early Aug. 30 shooting of a 17-year-old male on North Hamilton between Hancock and Court.

The victim suffered five gunshot wounds, including one to the neck and two to the chest, about 12:30 a.m., police have said. He ran home and then was transported by a privately operated vehicle to a local hospital, police said.

Michigan State Police detectives from the Major Crimes Unit conducted the investigation, which included interviewing the victim and “other people who we determined were in the vicinity,” said Chief Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Boyd.

“We were able to piece together some information,” he said.

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