The second suspect accused of killing four people and injuring a fifth on E. Hudson Street has told investigators that he wasn’t the one to pull the trigger.
Robert Adams was in court Thursday and received a $10 million bond.
Adams told investigators that his accomplice, 16-year-old Jordyn Wade, is the person responsible for the shooting of five people back on June 13.
Court records show the only surviving victim, a 15-year-old girl, identified the killer as Adams.
Wade was taken into custody the day after the shooting took place.
Adams was eventually found in Mississippi by U.S. Marshals after being on the run for nearly two months.
According to U.S. Marshals, Adams was found "cowering in bedroom closet, surrounded by piles of clothes."
Both suspects are facing murder, kidnapping and aggravated robbery charges for their roles in the killing spree.