A Florida teen was arrested nearly one month after allegedly shooting into a crowd of people outside an indoor amusement park.
The boy, 16, has been arrested and will be charged with first degree murder with a firearm, police told FOX 35.
Officials said that the shooting happened at the parking lot of Dezerland Park in Orlando on April 29.
Police initially responded to the scene for a report of a group of teenagers loitering on the property.
As the group was leaving the property, shots were fired into the crowd, according to police.
FLORIDA 14-YEAR-OLD SHOT AND KILLED WHEN SOMEONE OPENS FIRE INTO CROWD OF JUVENILES, POLICE SAY
Trevon Robinson, 14, was shot and later pronounced dead at a local hospital.
Two other 14-year-old boys were also shot.
One of the teens was released from the hospital, but the other remained in critical condition, according to a previous update.
Fox News Digital’s Louis Casiano contributed to this report.