Indianapolis shooting: Raymond Children charged with six counts of murder for shooting a pregnant woman and her family members

Raymond Children’s III, according to court documents shared by the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, was charged with attempted murder of a brother who fled the family home after the initial shooting and was without a license Handgun was taken.

He is being charged as an adult “due to his age and murder charges,” according to a release from the prosecutor’s office.

The children are represented by the Marion County Public Defender Agency, which would not comment on the allegations, the agency told CNN.

“We intend to seek justice for the victims, and to do so respect this process and all the circumstances present in this case,” Prosecutor Ryan Mears said in the release.

Indianapolis Metro Police Chief Randall Taylor said the murders are the city’s largest mass casualty in more than 10 years.

According to court documents, her father killed her family members on charges of “leaving her home without permission”.

Children allegedly shot and killed his brother Eliza before shooting his father, Raymond Children, Jr., and stepmother Kezie Children.

Detectives also found her deceased 13-year-old sister. Elijah’s pregnant girlfriend, Kiara Hawkins, was pronounced dead in a hospital, according to affidavits filed on Thursday.

A murder count includes Hawkins’ unborn child, who, according to the autopsy summary, was “near birth”.

Raymond Children’s next court appearance is April 21, according to the prosecutor’s office.


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