A Buffalo Teen has been charged with attempted murder and other charges, related to a shooting in April.

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Credit: Erie County District Attorney's Office via WGRZ

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Sevehn J. Venable, who is known as Tuka, has been charged in connection to a shooting that happened in April 2020, according to WGRZ. The 19-year-old is facing an attempted murder charge, along with assault, criminal possession of a weapon and intimidating a victim or witness. The shooting victim was transported to Erie County Medical Center with serious injuries.

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Venable is accused of shooting a person who was sitting inside a car. The incident happened on Madison Street in Buffalo on April 8 just after 11pm. He allegedly used a stolen weapon in the shooting. The District Attorney's Office has accused Venable of making threatening phone calls to a witness. He's being held without bail. Venable is due back in court on October 13. He could be sentenced to a maximum of 25 years, if he is convicted of all the charges against him.