A suspect was arrested in connection with Thursday's death of 11-year-old Caron Brown, police said on Saturday. Police Head Peter Neucham said the boy's murder motive is still unknown. At a press conference in Naylor and the roads of good hope SE near the shooting spot, Newsweem said 29-year-old Tony Antoine McClaam was arrested on Saturday and charged with second degree murder.
It is unclear whether the boy is
"I'm happy to have found him," said mother mother Catherine Brown on Saturday. "But honestly, that does not return my son."
It's unclear what the police brought to the suspect. DK Mayor E. Bower's Mayor (D) said that community members "have set their indignation for action."
She and Newswoman condemned the presence of illegal weapons on the streets. There was "absolutely no reason in the world why we should bury an 11-year-old boy because an adult thought it was good to release a firearm into our community," the boss said. photos of a suspected shooter, a man in the late 1920s or early 1930s, running without a shirt and a gripping gun. They said there were up to five people in the incident.
Bowser went on stage Thursday to summon residents to help the police find the affected people "so we can get the assassin out of the street."
She later said federal law enforcement had doubled more than the city's standard wage in the event of a $ 50,000 murder. Quentin became impatient and returned home, but Caron remained. to take his brother, but at that time a street battle broke out at the restaurant with children and adults.
Quentin heard shots and rushed home. His little brother never came back.
Against the backdrop of the fighting, the authorities think that a passerby saw that Karon had been attacked and tried to help him by drawing him into his car. But when the driver tried to bring the boy safe, someone in the crowd fired a car that came into the car and hit the boy.
Weeks before the sixth grade began, Caron died in a hospital. A series of events were described on Friday by police officers who spoke on condition they were anonymous to discuss an open investigation. At that moment, they said, they thought the shooter was aimed at the boy. But both the circumstances of the shooting and the struggle remained vague.
"I just lost it. I can not believe it, "said Mother's mother on Friday.
– I still can not believe it. I expect someone to say everything that just did not happen, "she said. – We did not plan this summer. Now I have to sit here and plan a funeral for my baby. "
Karon's murder comes from concern about the region's violent violence.
Brown said she and her family had moved about a year ago to the Woodland Terrace, a public housing community about half a mile from the site where Karon was shot. Brown said he was trying to escape the violence in his former northeast neighborhood.
They lived near Maksy Wilson, a 10-year-old girl who was shot and killed last year, and the unintentional victim, the police said, was in the midst of a rival. neighborhood crews. Makia, Caron and Quentin were all friends and were attending school together, Brown said.