Father and son wanted in connection with shooting in Franklin Township surrender to police

A father and son who were wanted in connection with a shooting that left a man wounded, turned themselves in to police.



Jason Lewis and his son Jaki Hooks-Lewis were wanted in connection with a shooting that happened in Franklin Township earlier this year.



Officials say Hooks-Lewis shot a man in the leg on Jan. 3 and his father helped him escape the area. Both men were allegedly on the run after the incident.



Hooks-Lewis, 20, surrendered to police Tuesday while at his attorney's office in Newark. He is facing aggravated assault charges.



Lewis, 43, turned himself in at the Somerset County Jail on Feb. 10. He is facing hindering apprehension charges.


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