Teen arrested after double shooting at Woodbridge high school football game

A 17-year-old boy is in custody after a double shooting late last month near a high school football game in Prince William County.

The unidentified suspect was apprehended Friday by U.S. Marshalls in North Carolina, where the suspect will remain until extradited to Virginia.

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Police say the shooting happened during a fight in the parking lot as a football game was ending Aug. 27 at Freedom High School in Woodbridge.

Authorities say the suspect was part of a group that robbed another group in the parking lot. The suspect then opened fire into a nearby crowd, wounding two people.

Neither victim, who suffered non-life threatening injuries to lower extremities, were part of the original altercation.

The suspect now faces seven criminal charges.