Prosecutors say Md. school shooting was part of feud

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FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — Prosecutors in Frederick say a school shooting that wounded two teenage boys in February involved rival groups with names derived from two of the city's public housing complexes.

The Frederick News-Post reported ( ) Wednesday on a bill of particulars filed in the case against 19-year-old Chandler Davenport. He's charged with first-degree assault and other offenses for allegedly luring the victims outside during a basketball game, where they were shot, allegedly by 21-year-old Brandon Tyler.

The document says Davenport and Tyler went to the game looking for members of "Sagner." That's the former name of a public housing complex renamed Lucas Village in 2010.

Prosecutors say the Sagner group was feuding with a group called Carver, a reference to the Carver Apartments.

Defense attorneys declined to comment on the allegations.


Information from: The Frederick (Md.) News-Post,

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