FRESNO, Calif. — The Latest on a 13-year-old California boy suspected of killing 14-year-old classmate (all times local):

2:10 p.m.

The mother of a 14-year-old boy shot dead in Central California says her son had recently been in a fight at school with his 13-year-old classmate suspected in the death.

Tricia Sease tells KFSN-TV in Fresno (http://abc30.tv/2s3Amhj ) that her son feared for his life. Diego Perez died late Friday outside an apartment complex in Huron, a small farming community southeast of Fresno.

Authorities are still conducting interviews and have yet to reveal what led up to the deadly gunfire.

Investigators have said they believe the shooting was intentional.

Authorities arrested the 13-year-old suspect hours later.

Tony Botti of the Fresno County sheriff’s office says prosecutors and juvenile probation officials could file charges Tuesday.

Prosecutors say there’s little they can release publicly because the suspect is a juvenile.


12:30 p.m.

Investigators in central California say a 13-year-old boy went to school with a 14-year-old boy whom he’s accused of shooting to death.

The Fresno County sheriff’s office said Monday that it’s still piecing together a motive for the killing late Friday in Huron, a small farming community southeast of Fresno. Officials have said it appeared to be intentional.

Authorities say officers were called to an apartment complex where they found the body of 14-year-old Diego Perez. Investigators say they arrested the 13-year-old hours later.

Tony Botti of the Fresno County sheriff’s office says prosecutors and juvenile probation officials could file charges Tuesday.

Assistant District Attorney Steve Wright says the suspect’s age prevents him from talking publicly about the case headed for juvenile court.