Suspects charged in Green Bay shooting
GREEN BAY (WLUK) – Two suspects from an Aug. 12 shooting were charged Wednesday with being party to the crime of attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
Anthony Landron, 18, and Martin Hernandez-Leon, 18, were also charged with armed robbery and obstruction for the incident on Browning Road, court records say.
According to the criminal complaint, Hernandez-Leon messaged the victim on Facebook, looking to buy marijuana from him.
Hernandez-Leon drove to Landron's house to pick him up and told Landron they were going to rob someone, the criminal complaint says.
When Hernandez-Leon drove up to the home, the victim opened the vehicle door and sat in the passenger seat, the complaint reads.
Landron, who was sitting in the back seat, pointed a gun to the victim's head and demanded the marijuana, the criminal complaint says.
As the victim attempted to get out of the vehicle, he said he heard "one pop and realized he had been shot," the criminal complaint states.
The victim said he ran back into the house, flushed the marijuana down the toilet and then woke up his grandmother who took him to the hospital. The victim suffered a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his shoulder.
While interviewing Landron, officials say Landron admitted to shooting the victim and said he did it because he got scared.