GRAND ISLAND, NE — A Grand Island teenager is in jail and another is in a hospital with gunshot wounds after police say a drug deal turned violent Monday night.

Grand Island Police responded to reports of gunshots in the Super Saver parking lot just before midnight. Shortly after, a teen boy showed up at an emergency room with multiple gunshot wounds. Police say he was transported to an Omaha hospital in critical but stable condition.

Officers soon found a 17-year-old boy walking about a mile away from the hospital and questioned him. Police say he told them he and the other teenager were in the Super Saver lot to sell marijuana. He said the people buying drugs tried to rob him and shot the other teen. He said he then drove away with the injured teen, who threw a handgun and marijuana out of the car window. Police later recovered the gun and drugs.

The 17-year-old was arrested and booked into Hall County Corrections as an adult. He faces charges of possession of drugs with intent to distribute while possessing a gun, possession of a defaced gun, tampering with evidence, driving during suspension and two more weapons charges. The injured teen could face charges if he recovers.

Police continue to investigate the shooting. Capt. Jim Duering says officers are looking for possible video surveillance of the incident and conducting interviews. They aren’t releasing descriptions of any possible suspects yet. Police did not release the names of the people involved because they are under 18-years-old.