Wednesday, October 7, 2015

A toddler's shooting met with silence

About 200 people witnessed a 2-year-old get shot in Logan, but no one has given police any information to help catch the gunman.

A toddler's shooting met with silence


About 200 people witnessed a 2-year-old get shot in Logan, but no one has given police any information to help catch the gunman.

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