Zechariah Myles and two other juveniles were arrested shortly after shots were fired Tuesday afternoon near Jackson and Belvedere, police said.
A 16-year-old boy, wanted for the murder of a Zion woman struck by a stray bullet in October, was arrested Tuesday after a shooting in nearby Waukegan.
Zechariah Myles and two other juveniles were arrested shortly after shots were fired around 4 p.m. near Jackson and Belvedere, Zion police said in a statement.
Police allegedly found three guns on them. No injuries were reported in that shooting.
An arrest warrant was issued last week for Myles in the murder of Melanie Yates, a 23-year-old mother who was reportedly reading to her child when a bullet came through a window in her home and struck her in the head.
Myles was firing a rifle at someone else when the bullet struck Yates on Oct. 17 in the 2800 block of Enoch Avenue, police have said. The teen was charged as an adult.
A Lake County Judge set bond on the arrest warrant at $3 million.