WESTMINSTER, Colo. (AP) — The Latest on a suburban Denver shooting that killed a boy and wounded three others, including his mother and brother (all times local):
A search warrant says a man accused of opening fire on four people in a suburban Denver parking lot told police that he shot a woman, two of her children and a male bystander.
The document released Friday says Jeremy Webster agreed to a police interview after being arrested Thursday. The warrant also says Webster told police he has mental health issues, but it doesn't provide specifics.
The shooting left a boy dead and his mother and brother in critical condition. The bystander wounds were described as less serious. Police haven't released the victims' names and ages.
Webster, who's 23, faces charges of murder and assault.
A child who witnessed the shooting of his siblings and mother told Colorado police that it followed a road rage encounter.
That's according to a search warrant drafted by police after the shooting that killed one boy and wounded three other people Thursday in a suburban Denver parking lot.
According to the warrant released Friday, the boy told police that his mother and another driver were involved "in some type of road rage incident."
The child said the driver followed the family to the parking lot in the city of Westminster where he again argued with the woman before shooting at her, two of her children and a bystander. He then fled.
The boy says his mother had taken a photo of the driver's license plate.
Jeremy Webster has been arrested on suspicion of murder. The child's mother and brother are in critical condition, and an unrelated man is less seriously wounded. Police haven't released the victims' names or ages.
Police believe a shooting that killed a boy and left three others wounded outside a suburban Denver dental office stemmed from road rage.
Westminster police said Friday that 23-year-old suspect Jeremy Webster didn't know or have a relationship to any of the victims. They haven't provided more detail about what led to the gunfire.
Authorities say the slain boy's mother and brother remain in critical condition. A man unrelated to the family also was shot but was less seriously injured. Police haven't released their names or ages.
Webster was taken into custody about three hours after the shooting Thursday and was being held on suspicion of first-degree murder and assault.
A 23-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in a shooting that killed a boy and left three others wounded outside a suburban Denver dental office.
The boy's mother and brother suffered life-threatening injuries Thursday afternoon. A man not related to the family also was shot in the parking lot in the city of Westminster but was less seriously wounded.
The suspect was captured about three hours after the shooting.
The Denver Post reports that he was booked into jail Friday on suspicion of first-degree murder and three counts of first-degree assault.
Officers say there is no relationship between the gunman and the victims and have not released a motive for the shooting.
Police didn't release the any of their identities.
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