Person of interest in teen's shooting surrenders

Posted at 2:37 PM, Dec 23, 2015
A person of interest in a St. Petersburg teenager’s shooting death has been charged.
Drew Allen Reed turned himself over to police Tuesday at his attorney’s office, according to St. Petersburg Police Department.
He refused to speak to detectives but game them the vehicle he drove the night of the shooting.
Police had been looking to speak to Reed about the shooting that killed Tyler Lord, 17, the early morning of Dec. 17.
Reed has been charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Deputies say both parties were armed during the shooting and they have turned the case over to prosecutors to determine if more charges will be filed in the case.