A teenage suspect in an alleged retaliatory shooting in Minneapolis has been charged as an adult.

Christopher Shawn-Michael Johnson, 17, of Minneapolis, was charged as an adult Wednesday in the Aug. 8 fatal shooting of Darryl Ramon Wells Jr.

Johnson is charged with one count of second-degree intentional murder for shooting Wells, 25, of Minneapolis, near the Skyline convenience store, at 1821 Glenwood Av.

According to the complaint: Surveillance video showed Johnson with several other people at a makeshift memorial near where another man had been fatally shot on Aug. 7.

The video allegedly showed him in a stolen Porsche SUV with two men. Wells was seen entering the convenience store, followed by two men who exited a Dodge Charger.

The two men fired at Wells, who fled the store, the charges said.

The Porsche clipped Wells, who ran around a street corner and collapsed near an alley. The Porsche drove up to Wells, and Johnson and another juvenile got out and shot him at close range, the complaint said.