17-year-old arrested at First Coast High School for attempted murder

A 17-YEAR-OLD IS ARRESTED ON CAMPUS AT FIRST COAST HIGH SCHOOL ACCUSED OF ATTEMPTED MURDER AND ARMED ROBBERY.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A 17-year-old was arrested for attempted murder Monday at First Coast High School.

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office gang unit arrested Steven Wiggins in connection with a shooting in March. Action News Jax is identifying the teen because the charges are felonies.

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Wiggins reportedly confessed to the shooting. He faces multiple charges, including attempted murder and armed robbery.

Wiggins was arrested on campus. The police report didn't say whether he is a student at the high school.

The police report listed two victims, a friend and a stranger.

Action News Jax reporter Jenna Bourne is following the story. Watch CBS47 Action News Jax and follow her on Twitter @JennaANjax for updates. 

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