Cabana Live shooting update: Deputies identify second suspected gunman in Sanford shooting

The Seminole County Sheriff's Office has identified a second person believed to have fired shots at Cabana Live during a late-night pool party, where 10 people were hurt.

Deputies did not name the man, but said he was a 20-year-old from Tallahassee. He has not been named a suspect, arrested, or charged with a crime in the shooting. However, detectives did submit the case to the State Attorney's Office to determine if charges are warranted.  Details on the case submitted to the State Attorney's Office were not immediately released.

Shortly after midnight on April 28, Seminole County deputies responded to a private event at Cabana Live after hearing multiple gunshots appearing to come from the back of the venue, the sheriff's office said, followed by crowds of people running away.

Christopher Eugene Bouie, 16, faces several felony charges, including attempted homicide, possession of a firearm by a minor, use and display of a firearm during a felony, and firing a weapon on public property.

Ten people were hurt, including Houston Texans football player Tank Dell. 

According to court paperwork, witnesses said the shooting started as a fight inside the venue. The 16-year-old suspect, later identified as Christopher Bouie Jr., turned around, pulled out a 9mm gun, and started shooting toward a crowd of people, the report said.

A security guard at the venue immediately tackled the teen to disarm him and a second security guard placed him in handcuffs until Seminole County deputies arrived, the report said.

Bouie is being tried as an adult and faces five counts of attempted second-degree murder while discharging a firearm and one count of possession of a firearm by a minor, SAO said in a news release.