A year-old girl has been booked into the Gwinnett County Jail after police said she shot a woman to death in a Dacula neighborhood Sunday afternoon. Damia Mitchell of Snellville faces several charges, including felony murder, in connection with the deadly shooting at the intersection of Uniwattee Trail and Mountain Ash Court, according to Gwinnett police spokesman Cpl. Collin Flynn. Mitchell was booked into the Gwinnett jail about p. She is facing one count of murder, three counts of aggravated assault and one count of possessing a firearm during the commission of a crime, all felonies.
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KSNW — Wichita police identified the man involved in the death of a year-old girl who was dragged by a stolen car Saturday afternoon. Just after 12 p. According to police, they were able to intercept and catch up with the vehicle on Kellogg and West St. Police say a year-old girl got caught on the outside of the vehicle and pronounced dead.
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Two teenagers, ages 16 and 17, from the suspected stolen vehicle were hospitalized with minor injuries and then booked into juvenile hall. The chase started shortly after 10 p. A records check of the license plate showed the vehicle had been stolen, so authorities turned on their lights and sirens to try to stop the car, according to a department news release.
Indianapolis police announced Monday they have arrested a juvenile suspect in connection with a mass shooting that claimed the lives of five people, including a pregnant teen. The year-old woman's unborn child was also killed in the shooting. A boy suffered a gunshot wound and was taken to a nearby hospital, police said. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said it will not disclose the full identity of the suspect or release a photo due to his age. Police do not believe other suspects were involved.