|Tyler Winstead, age 14|
From the article:
"It's terrible when you find out a teenager was shot and killed," Salavantis said. "We're going to do everything possible to find out who committed this murder."
The news shocked 57-year-old Frank Galella, whose nephew had played basketball with Tyler on Wednesday. He couldn't understand how anyone could want to shoot Tyler.
"He was the nicest kid you'd ever want to meet. I don't think they knew who he was," Galella said. "You couldn't meet a nicer family than this family right there. She had those kids under her thumb. This is unbelievable."
Another neighbor, Victoria Bennett, remembers Tyler as polite young student who waved at her as he came home from GAR each day.
"He never caused any trouble. Never. It was two doors down from his house and it was daylight," she said. "It's heartbreaking."
The shooter remains at large. An alert has been issued for the suspect.
UPDATE (8/31/12): It turns out that this isn't a homicide. Rather, it was an accidental shooting of the boy by his friend, Elija Yuseff, with a gun that Yuseff brought from home. Yuseff's mother, Angelina Deabreu, then tried to cover up the shooting and make it look like a drive-by. She has since been caught. From an article and news video: