New Orleans police have arrested a 17-year-old in connection with the shooting of a Good Samaritan who died in front of his two sons while trying to stop a carjacking.
Several tips from the community led to Tuesday's arrest of Kendall Harrison, who is accused of shooting Harry "Mike" Ainsworth, 44.
Ainsworth was with his two sons, ages 9 and 11, as they waited for a morning school bus on January 25.
When he saw a man carjacking his neighbor, Ainsworth ran to help, jumping on the hood of the car, police said.
The carjacker shot him through the windowshield, police said.
Wounded, Ainsworth staggered into a neighbor's yard where he collapsed.
The boys ran to him and sat by his side until emergency responders arrived. It was too late. The two sons witnessed their father die.
Now I read your review again, banasy.
By sarcastically quoting "all around," I meant that I excluded the murderous punk from my warm sadness. The punk's inclusion for empathy in the post by Talk for Social Change was implied in "all around."
I hope that the young man fries.
Where I agree with you most on this matter is that we do not have to agree.
I also agree that I am very cold toward teenaged murderers of this type.
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