TYLER, Texas — The Tyler Police Dept. is investigating a shooting in which two teens were injured.
According to the TPD, around 7:50 p.m. on Saturday, officers responded to the area of N. Ross Ave. and W. Bow St. on reports of gunshots.
At the same time, police were also told two shooting victims were at a local hospital. The victims were both 13-year-old girls who were each shot once.
"It was determined they were passengers in a car with several other juveniles which was being driven by an adult when they were shot," the TPD said in a statement. "They are stable at this time."
Police say the shooting occurred in the 700 block of N. Ross Ave. A large party was taking place in that area when investigators arrived on scene.
Police say the investigation led police to identify as suspect -- Jaqualin Xavier Humphrey, 17, of Tyler.
Detectives obtained five arrest warrants for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon against Humphrey.
He surrendered to the U.S. Marshal’s Joint East Texas Fugitive Task Force on Monday and was booked into the Smith County Jail. His bond was set at $900,000.
This is a developing story and CBS19 will update this article as more information becomes available.