HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM)– A teenager has been charged with homicide stemming from the deadly July shooting in Harrisburg, according to police.

Harrisburg Police say in a criminal complaint that 15-year-old Akai Eubanks-Burnett was charged with shooting and killing 26-year-old Richon Strain-Hankerson on July 24.

Eubanks-Burnett was determined to be involved in the shooting by video surveillance and allegedly admitted in a police interview in August to having a gun and shooting it during the incident, the charging documents state.

According to the charging documents, police were called for a report of shots fired along the area of South 20th Street and then for a reported gunshot victim at Market Street just before 9:50 p.m.

Strain-Hankerson was found dead in the front passenger seat of a red Mazada that had multiple bullet holes, police say.

An autopsy by the Dauphin County Coroner’s office showed that Strain-Hankerson had multiple gunshot wounds and rule his death a homicide, police say.

In addition to a homicide charge, the Eubanks-Burnett also faces two felony firearm charges, according to online court documents.

Eubanks-Burnett was taken to Dauphin County Prison with bail denied and a preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 24.

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