17-year-old wounded in La Crosse shooting faces intentional homicide charges

LA CROSSE (WKBT) – A 17-year-old involved in the May 22 shooting in which 15-year-old Storm Vondrashek was killed faces new charges.

Jackson Greengrass

Jackson Greengrass

Judge Elliott Levine issued an arrest warrant for Jackson Greengrass, who now faces charges of attempted 1st degree intentional homicide, felony murder – battery as a party to a crime, possession of a dangerous weapon under 18 years of age, and intentionally pointing a firearm at a person.

Greengrass allegedly drove a vehicle with Storm Vondrashek in the passenger seat to the site of the May 22 shooting. Vondrashek died of a gunshot wound on scene. Greengrass suffered a gunshot wound and was treated at Gundersen. 18-year-old Sage Hicke, who allegedly shot Vondrashek, turned himself into police and has been charged with homicide.

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