After talking to the witnesses, police started to investigate the SUV that was parked in front of the hospital. Police found in plain view a large bag of a substance that appeared to be marijuana, a bag if off-white powder that appeared to be heroin or fentanyl, and a handgun.
Conley admitted to police he was handed the gun by the victim after he was shot, but did not know where the suspected drugs came from.
Conley was arrested for two outstanding warrants and was also charged with carrying concealed weapons, having weapons under disability, two counts of felony drug possession, and improperly handling a firearm within a motor vehicle.
The 17-year-old was also arrested for an outstanding warrant.
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