The suspects are Khahiem Lewis, 17, Zymire Martinez, 15, Alton Kinsey, 17, and Shiheem Durham, 16.

Officers with the Dover Police Department have arrested four adolescent suspects in connection with the April 24 shooting on Reed Street.

Police spokesman Master Cpl. Mark Hoffman identified the quartet as Khahiem Lewis, 17, Zymire Martinez, 15, and Shiheem Durham, 16, all of Dover, and Felton resident Alton Kinsey, 17.

All became suspects after detectives identified them from photos captured over city surveillance cameras and other leads, Hoffman said.

Kinsey and Lewis were picked up by officers two days after the shooting; Martinez surrendered to police May 1, and Durham was picked on the streets the same day.

The shooting victim, a 42-year-old man, was sitting on a porch when four black men came up to him; one pulled a gun and fired several shots, hitting him in the leg.

Hoffman said Tuesday the man’s injuries were not life-threatening.

All four are charged with first-degree assault, possession of a firearm by a person prohibited, four counts of first-degree reckless endangering, second-degree conspiracy and criminal mischief.

Lewis, Martinez and Kinsey also face charges of illegal gang participation while Lewis and Kinsey are charged with possession of a firearm during commission of a felony.

All have been committed to the Stevenson House juvenile detention center, Dover:

- Lewis is being held on a $136,000 cash-only bond.

- Martinez and Durham are being held on a $90,000 cash-only bond.

- Kinsey is being held on a $24,000 secured bond.