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Suspect in Lone Tree bowling alley shooting turns himself in

Peter Viet Le is being charged with attempted second degree murder.
Credit: Lone Tree Police Department
Peter Viet Le

KUSA — Lone Tree Police say a man wanted for his involvement in shooting at a bowling alley in Lone Tree has turned himself in and is in police custody.

Peter Viet Le, 24, is being charged with attempted second-degree murder the shooting that occurred at Bowlero Lone Tree on March 22.

Viet Le's bond has been set at $200,000.

Lone Tree Police issued an arrest warrant for Viet Le last week after they identified him as a suspect who drove off from the bowling alley.

When police arrived at the bowling alley on March 22, they found a victim, a man in his 20s, suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was rushed to a local hospital and in the days since the shooting, his condition has stabilized and he's recovering.

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