Last Woodland Hills escapee caught, charged in shooting

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — College officials in Nashville say police have captured the remaining escapee from Woodland Hills juvenile detention center and charged him in connection with a shooting earlier this week.

Tennessee State University says De’mario Fisher faces aggravated assault and other charges in the attack of a TSU student Wednesday night.

A university statement released Friday says Fisher tried to grab the victim’s backpack while she was walking home from a restaurant in Nashville. The victim fought back and was then shot multiple times. She was treated at a local hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.

Fisher, 18, has been a fugitive since he and more than 30 other teenagers escaped from Woodland Hills on Sept. 1. According to the statement, Fisher had a loaded gun when caught.