Suspected shooter arrested from May 14 shooting

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SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Police Department found and arrested a shooting suspect near North Jefferson Street Tuesday night.

19-year-old Duane G. Delaney was arrested and booked for attempted murder 1st degree, assault 1st degree, drive-by shooting and unlawful possession of a firearm 1st degree. Identified as a gang member by the police, the case was assigned to the Spokane Regional Safe Streets Task Force (SRSSTF), where they looked at video footage and evidence from nearby businesses.

Police say on May 14, Delaney, driving a black Dodge Charger, fired a handgun multiple times before fleeing the scene. He has been previously convicted of two felony charges, which includes attempt to elude and robbery 2nd degree, and he is no longer allowed to possess a firearm.

Delaney was arrested near West Boone Avenue and North belt Street. A firearm and other evidence connected to the shooting was recovered with a search warrant.

This is an ongoing investigation.