Nicco Tatum, one of the suspects in last month’s school bus stop shooting that left six people wounded, was booked into the Clark County Detention Center Saturday morning.
Tatum, 18, was arrested in Denver on Dec. 12 after stepping off a Greyhound bus on a trip to Chicago. He remained jailed there until his extradition to Nevada.
Tatum faces felony charges related to a Dec. 11 shooting at a bus stop at Walnut and Alexander roads.
Also charged in the incident are Dresden Michael Williams, 18; Erica Renee Adams, 20; and Franklin Jackson, 17. The three have pleaded not guilty to various charges.
Police and prosecutors allege that Williams and Jackson plotted with Tatum to ambush a teenager who scuffled with Tatum a day earlier after getting off a school bus from Mojave High School. That teen was among the six people wounded. All the wounded have been released from the hospital.
Adams, whom police identified as Jackson’s girlfriend, faces accessory to a felony and other charges.