2 teens arrested, could face charges for deadly shooting at Ingraham High School

Two teens are being held in connection to a deadly shooting at Ingraham High School in Seattle on Tuesday. According to King County Prosecutors, the suspected shooter was a 14-year-old boy. 

Just before 10 a.m. on Nov. 8, Seattle Police responded to Ingraham High School on N. 135th Street for reports of a shooting. When officers arrived, they immediately entered the school and found a student with a gunshot wound.

That student was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries, but later died.

A suspect tried to escape on a King County Metro bus but was taken into custody shortly after the shooting. 

Seattle Police arrested the 14-year-old suspect, and also arrested a 15-year-old believed to have been connected to the shooting.  

Police have not released any motive for the shooting. 

The 14-year-old suspected shooter is facing charges of first-degree murder (premeditated), second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a dangerous weapon at a school facility. 

According to prosecutors, the 15-year-old suspect was allegedly with the 14-year-old at the time of the shooting. The possible handgun used in the shooting was found in the 15-year-old's backpack.  

The 15-year-old could is being held for second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm and first-degree rendering criminal assistance. 

Prosecutors say there have been no previous cases brought to their office for both teens. 

A charging decision is expected on Monday, Nov. 14.  

Seattle school shooting: 1 student killed at Ingraham High School, suspect in custody

Police say a suspect is in custody and one person is dead after a shooting at a North Seattle school Tuesday morning.

Authorities have not released the name of the student killed Tuesday. Superintendent Brent Jones said the shooting seemed to be a "targeted attack." Multiple students witnessed the shooting, police said.

Classes at Ingraham were canceled Wednesday. Other nearby schools had modified lockdowns all day, with a heavy police presence and afterschool events canceled.

According to the K-12 School Shooting Database, an independent, nonpartisan research project, there have been 272 gun-related incidents at U.S. schools this year, including cases where a gun is brandished, shot or a bullet hits school property. Those include the May 24 shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, that killed the 19 children and two adults.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.