Suspected Auburn Shooter Turns Himself In To Federal Courthouse

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Source: Isolde Raftery / MSNBC

The man suspected of killing three people, including two former Auburn University football players, during a party Saturday night turned himself in Tuesday at a federal courthouse in Montgomery, Ala.

Desmonte Leonard, 22, is suspected of shooting six people; he has been charged with three counts of capital murder.

Leonard arrived at the U.S. federal courthouse just before 8 p.m., walked through the courthouse doors and surrendered to U.S. Marshal Art Baylor, previously the Montgomery Police chief.

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