Man wanted in connection with shooting father, son turns himself in to police

Suspect in Rankin shooting turns himself in to police

PITTSBURGH — A man wanted in connection with reportedly shooting a father and son outside their home in Rankin turned himself in to police.

Marquise Gibson had an arrest warrant out for the shooting that took place earlier this month.

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Investigators said a man and his teenage son were taking pictures of their car when someone started shooting. A car with heavy, dark-tinted windows pulled into one of the buildings in Hawkins Village. A man wearing all black got out of the front passenger side, started walking toward the victims and began firing.

Police said one of the victims was able to identify Gibson as he started running away.

He faces a number of charges, including attempted homicide.

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