|This piece of garbage threatened to shoot |
a 9-month-old baby during a grocery store
hold-up in Miami.
Six year old King Carter was shot and killed last month outside his home on NW 12th Avenue and 103rd Lane.
The very next day a community activist organized a march that drew hundreds of participants. At about the same time a memorial filled with flowers, notes, teddy bears and candles began to take form.
But King was gone forever, and a thousand teddy bears and candles weren't going to bring him back.
A few days after King's death, police arrested two teens and charged them with second degree murder.
A virtual argument on social media escalated into a hail of very real bullets that cost 6-year-old King Carter his life, police said on Wednesday.Police say members of the community provided tips that led to the arrests.
Two teens, one wearing a GPS ankle monitor, were seeking vengeance over a beef on Facebook when they opened fire outside a Northwest Miami-Dade apartment complex Saturday on a man police would identify only as “Ju Ju.”
Ju Ju returned fire. The shooters survived. The crossfire killed King, a Van E. Blanton Elementary School first-grader on his way to buy some candy.
Now cops need the community's help again.
Yesterday, two thugs walked into a small store on NW 43rd Street and 2nd Avenue. This is what happened next according to a Miami Police Department press release:
On March 15, 2016 at approximately12:56 P.M., two Black male suspects entered the Christiana Grocery store, located at 4322 Northwest 2nd Avenue, pretending to shop. Both suspects were waiting at the register to pay for a bag of chips. As the clerk, (victim #1) was about to ring up the transaction, suspect #1 pointed a black small frame firearm at her and her infant son, (victim #2). The suspect then demanded that the clerk place her son (victim #2) in the chair next to her. The suspect then pointed the firearm at the infant (victim #2), and yelled to the clerk, “Give me everything you got or I’ll shoot him!”
You read that correctly...a robber threatened to shoot a 9 month-old baby over some money.
But for some reason no one in the community is calling for a march this time. Apparently someone has to get killed before anyone exhibits any kind of outrage.
Below are videos taken from surveillance cameras inside the store.
Police want to hear from anyone who can supply them with the identity of these two animals. Call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.