A ten-month-old girl recovers in Fresno, California, after being shot in the head by a man who has made unwanted sexual advances to her mother.
Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said Desiree Mena, 18, a young daughter, Faith Percy, at a social gathering on Saturday night when the 23-year-old Marcos Eharthea was advancing with her.
Eharthea grabbed her by the hand, tried to pull him in, and told Menah to sit on his lap, I said. They barely knew each other after meeting for the first time a week earlier.
Unpleasant to the progress of Ehurea, Menah left the party with a car with Faith and a friend. to the meeting. When they went to park the car, Menah and the driver noticed that Eharthe was pointing at them. When he got to the car, Ehartea fired three rounds into the driver's window, one of which hit the baby Pai in the head.
Faith was taken to the hospital, Dyer said, where the doctors had to take pieces of the bullet from his head. According to the latest police update, Faith is in a critical but steady state.
"We have every reason to believe that Markos Eharthe knew that Baby Phe is in this vehicle when he fired three rounds in the car," Dyer said. The police in Fresno said she had detained Ehartea, who would be charged with three murder attempts. They also said he was wanted for a new shooting that happened on May 27th. No one was injured during the shooting in May in which Ehurea was shot in the house of a friend of his ex-girlfriend, but Dyer said a bullet shot at home
He faces numerous crimes for the shooting in May, police said.