Update (Thursday, 11 a.m.): Cdr. Paul Sommer said the Anoka County Sheriff's Office lists the victim of the Aug. 19 shooting at the Hi Way House motel in Spring Lake Park as having no permanent address—not as a Fridley resident (see below).
Sommer said the victim "is in stable condition and will recover." (Hennepin County Medical Center said Thursday morning she has no information on the victim, according to a spokeswoman.)
Wednesday the Anoka County Attorney charged Pierre Tyshuan Henderson with two counts each of aiding and abetting attempted first-degree murder and one count of aiding and abetting second-degree assault.
As of Thursday morning, Henderson has not been arrested, according to Sommer.
Update (Thursday, 6 a.m.): The Anoka County Sheriff's Office said it is seeking a man who has now been charged in the Aug. 19 shooting at a motel on Country Road 10 in Spring Lake Park, just north of Fridley:
The Anoka County Attorney’s Office filed charges today in the August 19th daytime shooting at a Spring Lake Park Motel. The suspect is identified as:
Pierre Tyshuan Henderson
1916 Yellowstone Trail
Brooklyn Park, MN 55444
Henderson has been charged with:
2 counts Attempted Murder in the First Degree
Assault in the First Degree
Assault in the Second Degree
Henderson remains at large. Anyone with information on Pierre Tyshuan Henderson’s whereabouts are asked to call the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office, Criminal Investigation Division at (763) 427-1212.
The sheriff's office had earlier Wednesday called Henderson a "person of interest."
According to the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Marcus Allen Wayne Hallmark of Fridley is the victim.
Original post (Wednesday, 1 p.m.): The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office is seeking two people as "persons of interest" in an , 1626 County Rd. 10, Spring Lake Park, according to Cdr. Paul Sommer.
The two are: Pierre Tyshuan Henderson, a 19-year-old black male, 5’7” 175 lbs., with short black hair, pierced ears and a tattooed neck; and Derrick Dengalo Catchings, a 15-year-old black male, who has a medium build and “Derrick” tattooed on his forearm.
The sheriff's office believes both are from the Brooklyn Park area.
If you have information about the whereabouts of these two persons, the sheriff's office asks that you contact the Anoka County Sheriff’s Office, Criminal Investigation Division at (763) 427-1212.
Fridley Police assisted Aug. 19 with the crime-scene perimeter and evacuating the motel, according to Fridley Police Sgt. Rick Crestik.