A teenager wanted in connection to a shooting last month at a high school football game in York was arrested Friday in Lancaster city.
Fifteen-year-old Stephon Damieen Brown is charged with 2,007 offenses regarding the Sept. 9 shooting in a parking lot at York High School’s athletic stadium.
On Friday morning, U.S. Marshals and the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Apprehension Unit took Brown into custody, without incident, at a home in the 200 block of Nevin Street.
Brown has a Reading address, but has connections to Lancaster, according to sheriff’s office officials.
Investigators received information that assisted in finding Brown’s location in Lancaster.
He was wanted for over a month for opening fire in the parking lot, wounding two males.
Brown is charged with:
- 2 counts of felony aggravated assault
- 1 felony count of possessing a firearm without a license
- 1 misdemeanor of possessing a firearm as a minor
- 3 felony counts of criminal mischief
- 2,000 misdemeanor counts of reckless endangerment.
Brown was being transported to York County officials following his arrest. The York County District Attorney’s Office will prosecute the case.
Brown is presumed innocent.