MANASSAS, Va. (WUSA9) -- Police in Prince William County have a person in custody after a quadruple shooting at a Manassas sports bar.
Officer Jonathan Perok, spokesman for the department, says police responded to 90 Degrees Sports Bar at 8509 Rixlew Lane after receiving 911 calls reporting a shooting around 2:21 Monday morning. Once on scene the officers found four people suffering from gun shot wounds.
Jeremiah Eugene Pullen, 24, of Manassas has been charged with four counts of aggravated malicious wounding, four counts of use of a firearm in commission of a felony, one count of shooting into an occupied dwelling, and one count of shooting from a moving vehicle.
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All four victims, two men and two women, were transported to a local hospital. One of them was the security guard. Police say that three of the victims were treated and released. One of the women suffered non-life threatening injuries and is still hospitalized, according to police.
According to Perok, the suspect had been removed from the bar by security before 2 a.m. The suspect is then believed to have driven in his vehicle in front of the bar and opened fire. The four people were then hit.
Perok says officers arrived at the scene and broadcast a description of the vehicle " to adjoining agencies." A Manassas City Police officer spotted the vehicle and made a traffic stop.
Police are now interviewing the suspect. "Charges are forthcoming," says Perok.
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