Prosecutors indict 15-year-old Raleigh shooting suspect as adult

Raleigh, North Carolina — The North Carolina District Attorney said Friday it plans to charge a 15-year-old suspect in a massacre that killed five adults in Raleigh. Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman said her own office had filed a petition to “transfer her case to higher court and bring a lawsuit against an individual of adulthood.” Freeman’s announcement comes amid unrest in northeast Raleigh and families of victims mourning their deaths. – Raleigh Police and James Thompson (16) on their way to work. Two people were injured in the attack: Raleigh Police Officer Casey Clark, 33, was discharged from the hospital after treatment, and Marley Gardner, 59, is in critical condition. Then along the Neuse River Greenway, the police said. Saynya Jones described the gruesome encounter between her family and the gunman. “My family was actually walking outdoors on the greenway he walked, and they had to run into someone’s house,” she said. Jones, 32, said Friday. Jones lives below a few in Torres, one of the victims. “He shot someone in the park and then came down and shot while my neighbor came out to get something out of the car.” She spoke of the suspect’s weapon. Officials said the suspect was detained after a “long standoff” with the police and was in critical condition. Nicole Connors and her dog Sami were shot and killed. Courtesy Tracey Howard Connors was killed along with her dog Sami, an approximately 13-year-old Jack Russell mix. Her husband is a caregiver who “takes care” of her Fridays and always “looks after” others. She was a “caregiver” who quit her job in human resources to care for her mother who had a stroke, her husband Tracey Howard told NBC News Friday morning. Howard said he knew how to “take everything in charge” to help his loved ones. Howard said in a voice full of emotion. “I always thought I had to go before she went,” he said. Mary Marshall, 35, is getting married later this month. Via Facebook / Via Facebook Marshall, another victim of the Mary Marshall shooting, is due to get married in two weeks on October 29, her sister Meaghan McCrickard said Friday. “Her fiance Rob was the love of her life,” McCrickard said. “I think we’ll still have a celebration of life for our wedding date. That’s the plan.” She loved everyone. The most loyal and loving person I know. “I just want people to know about her,” McCrickard said. “But the family is still “numb” and “unbelievable.” Marshall’s mother, Ginny Marshall, sobbed over the loss of her daughter. My birthday is next week and I was going to get married in two weeks.” “We don’t know what to do,” McCrickard said, she said with tears running down her cheeks. “I want the killer to survive his injuries and stand up to justice. I want to know what he did and how he completely shattered our lives,” she said. We’ll never be the same. I don’t want him to get off,” she said. Susan Karnatz had three boys and loved nature, her sister said. Sue Butler Karnatz has the softest heart via Facebook “She loved her family passionately and now has a big hole in her,” she wrote on Facebook. “As is the case with many people who lost a loved one too quickly, tragedy is too pointless and incomprehensible. “I know this loss is affecting a lot of people yesterday, deeply. Other families are suffering just like us,” she wrote. Susan’s husband, Tom Karnatz, told his wife, “It’s a great adventure. “Planning Together” and “Planning Together for the Ordinary Days In-between,” wrote tributes describing a plan with three children, and a plan to grow old together. “Now that plan is abandoned,” he wrote. , the couple now have “memories of good times” and “memories of ordinary times,” before the birth of their children and “many memories” with their sons. Keith Richardson, Knightdale High School Principal, Richardson said in a statement Friday In a statement, the youngest victim, Thompson, said he was a freshman in school: “Our condolences, thoughts and prayers go to James’ family, other victims, their families and everyone affected by yesterday’s events.” North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper called the shooting “every community nightmare.” President Joe Biden said Friday “She is still grieving with the families of loved ones who have died in the shootings in America,” she said. She and she called for a ban on offensive weapons.” We are thinking of another community that has been shaken and shattered as we mourn the death of friends and neighbors, including off-duty police officers,” Biden said in a statement. Daniella Silva and Marlene Lenthang from New York, Jo Yurcaba from North Carolina.
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