Every year, nearly 3000 children and teens die from gunfire, and nearly 14,000 are injured.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

17-year old Pennsylvania girl shot in drive-by

A group of girls were hanging out on a front porch in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania when a car drove by.  In the passenger seat of the car was the 18-year old ex-boyfriend of one of the girls, Armani Carson, and he was armed.  Driving the car was his current girlfriend.  He opened fire, striking one of the girls (not his ex-girlfriend) twice in the leg.  He is currently being sought.

From an article and video:
Two bullets hit a 17-year-old Uptown girl in her leg. She was taken to Penn State Hershey Medical Center for treatment of non-life threatening wounds, police said.
Carson's estranged girlfriend, who was among the group, was not struck.
The girls told investigators they were socializing on the front porch of the home and noticed Carson in the passenger seat of a burgundy car, driven by his current girlfriend, as it passed by several times.
Carson opened fire as the car made a final pass, police said.
Detectives said they looked for Carson at his known address, but he was not found. The home of the girl who drove the car was also checked, but the car was not found.
The car was found hours later in an apartment complex in suburban Harrisburg, but it was not occupied, police said.

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