A man suspected in a Dec. 3 South Side shooting in Billings has surrendered to U.S. Marshals.
Branden Rockabove, 18, of Billings, met officers at the Yellowstone County Detention Center after a long phone conversation in which the suspect said he was tired of running, U.S. Marshal Rod Ostermiller said Friday.
Rockabove was wanted for attempted deliberate homicide and robbery stemming from a Dec. 3 shooting in the area of South 28th Street. He is being held on $75,500 bond.
The victim survived the shooting, but was shot more than once and had to be taken to the hospital for surgery, according to Billings Police.
Police Sgt. Shane Sheldon said officers are looking for another man believed to be with Rockabove the night of the shooting.
Police say the shooting is part of an ongoing confrontation between young men on the South Side, not a random act targeting the general public.
Rockabove was scheduled to appear for arraignment in Yellowstone County District Court on Monday.