A 17-year-old girl wanted for allegedly shooting five people after being turned away from a Denver bar last month has been arrested more than 900 miles away in California.
Officers from the Denver Police Department tracked down Keanna Rosenburgh to a location in the city of Barstow in San Bernardino County Thursday, with assistance from the FBI and local police.
Rosenburgh was being held in California on 8 counts of investigation of first-degree attempted homicide, police said in a news update Friday.
The mass shooting occurred on September 16 outside country singer Dierks Bentley’s crowded Whiskey Row bar in Denver’s downtown.
The shooter, later identified by the police as Rosenburgh, was allegedly angry after being stopped by security guards from entering the drinking establishment because they suspected she was using a fake ID, the station KDVR reported at the time.