2 released without charge after deadly Des Moines shooting

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Des Moines police released the two remaining people who were held after a deadly shooting at a Des Moines extension center on Monday. Police arrested 18-year-old Preston Walls of West Des Moines in connection with the shooting. Walls is charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of participation in criminal gangs. The other two people detained by the police were released without charge. The shooting was reported around 12:53 pm on Starts Right Here, a non-profit organization focused on helping at-risk youth. Starts Right Here was created by activist and rapper Will Keeps. The extension center is located at 455 Southwest Fifth St. Starts Right Here has partnered with Des Moines Public Schools since 2021. They serve between 40-50 DMPS students at a time. No DMPS personnel were on site at the time of the shooting. Police say three people were shot. Two male students were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. They already died. A third person, identified as Keeps, was transported to hospital in serious condition. Keeps underwent surgery on Monday afternoon. The students killed were an 18-year-old and a 16-year-old. The police continue the investigation. Previous coverage:

Des Moines police released the remaining two people who were held after a deadly shooting at a Des Moines extension center on Monday.

Police arrested 18-year-old Preston Walls of West Des Moines in connection with the shooting. Walls is charged with two counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder and one count of participation in criminal gangs. The other two people detained by the police were released without charge.

The shooting was reported around 12:53 pm on Starts Right Here, a non-profit organization focused on helping at-risk youth. Starts Right Here was created by activist and rapper Will Keeps. The outreach center is located at 455 Southwest Fifth St.

Starts Right Here has partnered with the Des Moines Public Schools since 2021. They serve between 40-50 DMPS students at a time. No DMPS personnel were on site at the time of the shooting.

Police say three people were shot. Two male students were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. They already died. A third person, identified as Keeps, was transported to hospital in serious condition. Keeps underwent surgery on Monday afternoon.

The dead students were an 18-year-old and a 16-year-old.

The police continue the investigation.

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