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2 surrender in Ruffalo shooting

December 09, 2008|Victoria Kim

Two people wanted in connection with the shooting that left actor Mark Ruffalo's brother in critical condition turned themselves in Monday afternoon, police said.

Shaha Mishaal Adham, 26, and Brian Burton Scofield, who police said were "persons of interest" in last week's shooting of Scott Ruffalo, 39, surrendered to the Beverly Hills Police about 1:30 p.m., spokesman Tony Lee said in a news release.

Adham was booked on suspicion of attempted murder and is being held without bail. Scofield was booked on a misdemeanor traffic warrant, according to the news release.

Scott Ruffalo, a hair stylist, was found with a gunshot wound to the head Dec. 1 at his apartment in the 400 block of North Palm Drive in Beverly Hills. Mark Ruffalo's publicist, Jessica Kolstad, said last week the actor's brother was hospitalized and in critical condition.

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