Authorities say a 20-year-old woman on her way to a friend’s house in upstate New York was driven to the wrong address and quickly shot to death by the homeowner
Ralph Yarl, 16, was shot after mistakenly going to the wrong address to pick up his younger siblings.
A White 85-year-old homeowner who allegedly shot and wounded Ralph Yarl, a Black teen, after the 16-year-old went to the wrong home to pick up his siblings will face two felony charges.
An 80-year-old white man is the accused shooter of Ralph Yarl, a black teenager who was shot in the head after he approached the wrong home when trying to pick up his younger siblings in Kansas City, Missouri.
Lawyers for the family of Ralph Yarl, 16, said he was critically injured when he was shot twice in Kansas City, Mo.
Kevin Monahan shot Kaylin Gillis, 20, when she and several friends wound up outside his house in a rural part of upstate New York, the authorities said.
Outrage has sprung up after a black teen was shot by a white homeowner when he went to the wrong house last week.
The man who allegedly shot and wounded a Black teen who went to the wrong home in Kansas City, Missouri, faces two felony charges, Clay County attorney Zachary Thompson said Monday. There was "a racial component to the case," he said.
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