Ala. Student Suspected in Campus Shooting Surrenders

The two victims in the incident are being treated for non-serious injuries at local hospitals.

The person police believe is responsible for the shooting of two students at Tuskegee University turned himself in on April 16.

Ras Hodari Akanbi Jacobs-El, 20, surrendered to Huntsville police on the same day as the shooting, according to the Montgomery Advertiser.

University police said Jacobs-El, who is a student at the school, fired his weapon multiple times into a car around 4 a.m. Saturday in a campus parking lot. Two students suffered non-life threatening injuries as a result of the shooting.

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Jacobs-El has been charged with attempted murder and shooting into an occupied vehicle. He was expecting to be extradited to Macon County Monday.

“The Tuskegee University community solicits both prayers and well wishes for all persons associated with this horrible incident,” Tuskegee University President Brian Johnson said.

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