Third teen being charged as adult in connection with Mount Vernon Walmart shooting

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. — A 16-year-old is being charged as an adult in connection to a shooting at a Mount Vernon Walmart, according to GoSkagit.com.

Anthony J. Martinez-Tatro, 16, pleaded not guilty Friday to first-degree assault charges.

Mount Vernon police said the July shooting involved two rival gangs.

Two innocent bystanders, a security guard and an elderly shopper, were wounded.

Three alleged gang members, all 19 years old, were also hurt.

Martinez-Tatro is one of three teens allegedly involved in the shooting.

Charges were filed on Monday and Martinez-Tatro’s bail has been set at $1 million.