Indiana Police Arrests Teen over the killings of 5 people including a Pregnant Woman

Indiana Police Arrests Teen over the killings of 5 people including a Pregnant Woman

The Indiana police arrested a Teen over the killing of five people and also a Pregnant woman.

According to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, It was stated that the name of the Suspect has "not being released at the time since the suspect is a juvenile" and no one else was believed to be involved, police said.

On Sunday, The Police said that the Fatal Shooting was Discovered by the Police who has been called at around 4 a.m on sunday to Investigate the reports of a person who was shot on the city’s near northeast side and first found a juvenile male with gunshot wounds.

According to Sgt. Shane Foley, He said " As the Investigation went Further, The Police got an Information around 4:40 a.m whcih lead them to a nearby home where they found adults dead from a Gunshot wounds".

While Speaking, The IMPD Spokeswoman, Aliya Wishner stated that the suspect in the custody is a 17-year-old boy who is not the same juvenile male who was found wounded Sunday before the victims’ bodies were discovered.

While Responding, The Spokeswoman for Prosecutor Ryan Mears (Michael Leffler) stated in a response to a request for comment on what charges the suspect might face, and if he would be waived into adult court, that the office “can only confirm what IMPD has already released at this time.”

On Monday, Police Chief Randal Taylor said in a statement announcing the arrest that he was asking the community to pray for the recovery of the juvenile male found wounded Sunday, saying that his “life has been forever changed.”

According to Shane Foley he said that police believe that juvenile, whose age has not been released, was wounded in the same shootings that left the five others dead, along with the unborn child.

According to the he Marion County Coroner’s office The Victims who were found in the home are Kezzie Childs, 42, Raymond Childs, 42, Elijah Childs, 18, Rita Childs, 13, and Kiara Hawkins, 19, and the unborn child of Hawkins were pronounced dead after being found in the home.

Kiara Hawkins was rushed to a nearby Hospital as she and her unborn male child died.

Police did not release the details of the relationships between the shooting victims, and Wishner said Monday afternoon that information was not yet available because the case is currently under seal in a Marion County court.

But Mayor Joe Hogsett referred to the victims as “the Childs family” in a statement thanking Indianapolis police for their quick arrest of a suspect.

“Today’s announcement is the first step toward justice for the senseless acts that cut short the lives of six of our neighbors in the early hours of Sunday morning. While nothing can bring back the Childs family, I hope that the swift action of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department offers some comfort to all of those who have been left to grapple with this tragic loss,” Hogsett said.

“My thanks go to the men and women of IMPD whose thoughtful investigative work led to the arrest of the suspect, and my prayers are with the family, friends, and community impacted by this devastating act of violence,” he said.

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