A Chicago baby who was killed when someone fired on her father's minivan last week was shot once, not multiple times as previously reported, police said Tuesday.
Chicago police spokesman Adam Collins also said the father was not changing 6-month-old Jonylah Watkins' diaper when she was shot as previously reported, but rather that the baby was simply on her father's lap in the vehicle.
And Jonylah's mother wasn't shot in the leg while she was pregnant with Jonylah as some news accounts had said, according to Collins.FULL STORY
Zina Haughton, wife of the alleged gunman, was one of the three victims in Sunday's shooting at a Wisconsin salon.
The Waukesha County medical examiner's office released the names Monday of those killed in suburban Milwaukee: Cary Robuck, 35; Maelyn Lind, 38; Â and Zina Haughton, 42, of Brown Deer.
[Updated at 2:25 p.m. ET]Â Three men accused of killing five people at a bar and then setting a fire to cover their tracks are in custody, Denver police said Thursday.
Officers arrested Dexter Lewis, 22; Joseph Hill, 27; and Lynell Hill, 26, late Wednesday night in connection with the deaths, Police Cmdr. Ron Saunier said.
The case seems straight out of a TV crime drama.
When firefighters arrived at the burning Feroâ€™s Bar and Grill early Wednesday morning, they found five bodies inside - four women and a man.
But as investigators checked the corpses, they began to suspect the fire probably hadnâ€™t killed the victims. Each body showed obvious signs of trauma, which police said prompted them to think someone set the blaze to hide evidence of murders.
Federal agents in Minnesota are trying to solve a mystery in hopes of helping some children in a dangerous situation. Agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcementâ€™s Homeland Security Investigations are asking for the public's help in identifying a boy they believe to be in his teens seen in a Web-based video.
Asking for help in this way is unusual according to ICE spokesperson Shawn Neudauer.
â€œIssuing a public plea is an extraordinary step by ICEâ€™s Homeland Security Investigations warranted by our belief that there may be young people at risk, without the ability to ask for law enforcementâ€™s help," he said.
The child is thought to be between 13 and 19 and possibly has been in either Minnesota or western Wisconsin in the past 18 to 24 months. Agents think that by identifying the teen they will be able to help at least one other child out of a dangerous situation and possibly more.
People with information can contact ICE/HSI on their tip line at 866-347-2423 or on-line at http://www.ice.gov/tips/
Two young siblings were killed and two other members of the same family injured Wednesday night during an attack at a home in the northern suburbs of Atlanta, authorities said.
Authorities were trying to determine late Wednesday the cause of the violence in Lawrenceville, a Gwinnett County Sheriff's Department spokesman said.
Two brothers, ages 1 and 4, were killed, CNN affiliate WGCL reported. A 4-year-old and an adult identified as the father were also injured, the affiliate said.
The adult escaped the attack and fled to a neighbor's house, the affiliate reported.
Two families lived in the home where the attack occurred, and the family that was attacked lived in the basement, police told the affiliate.
No suspects have been identified, the spokesman said.