Drive-By Shooting Suspect Already Under Surveillance

Craig Wilson was wearing an ankle bracelet

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    Andrew Davon Allen and Craig Wilson

    New court documents show a man connected to a drive-by shooting in Northwest D.C. was already under police surveillance.

    Craig Wilson of Southeast was wearing a GPS ankle bracelet, and police say the device was near the scene of the shooting that injured 13 people.

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    Around 2 a.m. on Monday, March 11, two cars drove by a crowd outside the Tyler House apartments on N. Capitol Street, spraying them with bullets.

    Police are still looking to bring in 19-year-old Andrew Allen for questioning. They have not said what his possible role in the shooting is.

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    Allen is 5'8" and 150 pounds, with brown eyes, black hair and a medium complexion.

    Most of the victims -- seven men and six women -- were shot in their extremities and suffered non-life-threatening injuries, though one victim was said to be in critical condition. One victim was a 17-year-old; the rest are adults.

    The most serious injury was a man who was shot in the back, News4’s Megan McGrath reported earlier this week.

    Some victims may have been injured by glass from a bus shelter that was shattered by gun shots.

    Authorities have not ruled out the possibility that some people in the crowd fired back at the drivers, McGrath reported.