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Shooting suspect surrenders
Police allege attempted murder; mother also arrested
The man wanted for attempted murder in the March 15 Marysville shooting has surrendered to police.
Alexander Ray Warren turned himself in at 10:15 p.m. Sunday at the Sutter County Sheriff's Department building, according to Marysville police Sgt. Christian Sachs. Officers took the 22-year-old Yuba City resident to the Marysville police station, then walked him at midnight to the Yuba County Jail for booking.
Police will pursue charges against Warren including attempted murder, assault with a firearm, kidnapping, carjacking and gang membership, Sachs said.
Earlier Sunday, at 5 p.m., Marysville officers arrested Warren's mother, 53-year-old Pauline Warren, on a misdemeanor warrant at her home in the 700 block of Regent Loop in Yuba City.
Alexander Warren is believed to have stayed at his mother's home while at large, Sachs said. It was not known early this morning whether the warrant on Pauline Warren was connected to her having her son stay with her.
Police had issued a $1 million warrant for Warren in connection to the Marysville shooting, which broke out at the Allyn Scott Youth and Community Center on B Street. More than 300 people went there for a party whose organizers had links to a branch of the Norteño street gang, according to police. The attack injured four people, including Warren.
Officers found Warren driving Friday night in Yuba City, but he abandoned his car at King Avenue Elementary School and fled on foot.
The Friday incident happened on the same night that police said they searched Pauline Warren's home and seized gang-related items including an SKS assault rifle, 9mm handgun and bulletproof vest.
Five Gridley residents police describe as Norteños were arrested last month in connection with the shooting, though only two face felony charges.