UPDATE: 15-year-old Glendale boy shot by father released from hospital

GLENDALE (WITI) -- Glendale police say the 15-year-old boy who was shot by his father Thursday afternoon, June 26th in Glendale has been released from the hospital.

Neighbor Marvic Rizio lights two candles just a couple feet away from the soap and hot water she's using to wash chalk and blood out of her driveway.

"Around 1:50, I saw the father pulling out, going to his driveway," said Rizio.

Rizo says she was going for a walk Thursday afternoon, and when she came back around, she saw police and ambulances lining her block. A police officer kept her from going any further.

"He told me that I really can`t get in and I don`t really want to see what`s in my driveway," said Rizio. "I thought there was a car accident."

Her driveway is where paramedics tried to revive 20-year-old Robert Washington Junior, their attempt was unsuccessful.

Glendale police say 57-year-old Robert Washington Sr., shot his two sons on Thursday afternoon, June 26th.

FOX6 News has learned through friends and former coaches that the brothers are 20-year-old Robert Washington Jr., and 15-year-old Wesley Washington.

Robert Washington Jr. was pronounced dead at the scene.

Wesley Washington was taken to Children’s Hospital -- where he was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Police say an argument led to the shooting outside the family’s home on Theresa Lane in Glendale.

It is unclear at this time what caused the dispute that led to the shooting.

Police say the suspect — the father of the victims, is in custody and will be referred to the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office for charges on Monday, June 30th.

The call came in around 2:00 p.m.

When officers arrived, they found the 15-year-old attending to the 20-year-old victim.

"We found the victims together, one attending to the other. At that point, one of our officers tried to perform CPR on the one victim that seemed to be a life-threatening situation at that point. That person did pass,” Joel Dhein with the Glendale Police Department said.

Officers pulled the 20-year-old to the driveway of a neighboring home before administering first aid because they did not know where the shooter was.

Police say the shooter later surrendered without incident at the home.

North Shore Rescue crews arrived while police were still looking for the suspect. Daniel Tyk says the two agencies used a strategy they train for in mass shooting situations.

"They tell us what direction we need to come in from and once we pull up to the scene, they have one of their personnel meet us there to let us know what resources they need from us and in this case, they needed a tarp to people to move the victim," said Tyk, from North Shore Fire and Rescue.

Friday, Rizio honors Robert Junior with a Filipino custom.

"The white candle is for peace...for a lost soul," said Rizio.

Both sons went to Nicolet High School. Robert was a student at Shorewood High School for one year. Both schools say counselors will be available for any students who need to talk about this tragic event.