Bellingham police searching for woman wanted for attempted 1st degree murder, second suspect surrenders

Bellingham Police say 18-year-old Treyvonne K. Walker surrendered Monday morning. He is being held in the Whatcom County jail on $350,000 bail. 

20-year-old Irene N. Rosas is still wanted Both are accused of Attempted Murder in the 1st Degree following a drive-by shooting. 

Detectives say they should be considered armed and dangerous.

The victim told police Rosas was driving and Walker was in the passenger seat when the two chased him and tried to block his vehicle before firing multiple gunshots at his car, hitting him in the forearm. This happened Nov. 8 on Electric Ave. near Birch Street.

The victim drove to the hospital where he told officers he recognized both of the suspects. Both are now wanted for Attempted Murder in the 1st Degree.

Detectives say they were in a dark sedan when they committed a drive-by shooting on Sunday.

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