Two teens are in jail for their alleged involvement in a January 31st shooting during an attempted robbery at 1848 Garfield. Lincoln Police Officer Katie Flood reported that 17-year-old Alontae Ross and 18-year-old Luis Diaz forced their way into the residence and demanded cash. Ross was armed with a gun and Diaz had a baseball bat. No one in the apartment would give them any money, so Ross allegedly shot the victim with a handgun. Flood says the victim has since recovered. As the investigation progressed, Ross and Diaz were developed as suspects. Ross was tracked down Friday night in a traffic stop near 44th and Calvert; he was arrested and placed in the Youth Detention Center for 1st-degree assault, attempted robbery and use of a firearm to commit a felony. Diaz was captured Saturday afternoon at Sun Valley Boulevard and West "O" Street and taken to jail for attempted robbery, along with aiding and abetting. Neither weapon has been found. Officer Flood said this was not a random act.