Suspect in Shooting of Mark Ruffalo's Brother in Custody | NBC New York

Suspect in Shooting of Mark Ruffalo's Brother in Custody

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    Two suspects in the attempted murder of the brother of actor Mark Ruffalo turned themselves in, cops said.

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Police say two people wanted for questioning about the shooting of actor Mark Ruffalo's brother have turned themselves in.

    Beverly Hills police say the pair, Shaha Mishaal Adham and Brian Scofield, turned themselves in Monday afternoon.

    Adham is suspected of shooting 39-year-old Scott Ruffalo a week ago. Authorities had issued an attempted murder warrant for the 26-year-old's arrest.

    Scofield is being held on a misdemeanor traffic warrant.

    Jail records did not indicate whether the pair have attorneys.

    Jail records show a court date for Adham has been tentatively scheduled for Wednesday.

    Authorities did not release an update on Ruffalo's condition on Monday.