1 teen in custody, 1 sought in Ohio slaying of 13-year-old
Updated: 08/14/2021 11:56 AM
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio (AP) — Police in Ohio say one teenage boy has been arrested and another is still being sought in a shooting that killed a Wisconsin teen who was staying at a home in a Cleveland suburb.
Clifton Heights police said Saturday that a 14-year-old suspect was picked up by Medina police and taken to a juvenile detention center. A 16-year-old is still being sought.
Both are charged with murder, felonious assault and improper discharge into a home. Police said shots fired into the home Monday night killed London Hill, 13, of Milwaukee, who was visiting his aunt's home.
Police said it wasn't a random attack but have discussed a possible motive.
Published: 08/13/2021 10:01 AM
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio (AP) — Two teenage boys have been charged with murder in connection with a shooting that killed a Wisconsin teen who was staying at a home in a Cleveland suburb. And authorities now say the shooting was a targeted attack.
The suspects, ages 14 and 16, are also charged with felonious assault and improper discharge into a home.
Their names have not been released, and both remained at large on Friday.
The shooting in Cleveland Heights occurred shortly before 6 p.m. Monday, when at least two shots were fired into the home.
Authorities initially believed the shots came from the backyard of a nearby home, but further investigation determined it wasn't a random attack.