Second teen arrested in KFC shooting

CNJ staff

A 15-year-old Clovis boy was arrested Wednesday and charged as an accessory to last week’s shooting at a busy fast-food restaurant.
According to a press release from the Clovis Police Department, the teen was with 17-year-old Cipriano Robles on Sept. 3, when Robles is suspected of shooting a .22-caliber gun in the parking lot of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
The teen fled the scene with Robles after the shooting and provided inaccurate information to investigators that was inconsistent with witness statements, the release said.
The youth is charged with accessory to shooting at or from a motor vehicle and accessory to shooting at a dwelling or occupied building.
A district judge ruled that Robles and the 15-year-old should be held in juvenile detention, the release said.
Police have said Robles was shooting at the boyfriend of his former girlfriend, who was working at KFC when the shooting occurred.
No one was injured.