Terrell Mayes Jr.
It has been two years since three-year-old Terrell Mayes Jr. was shot and killed. Mayes was with his brothers inside their home near 26th and Colfax Avenue in north Minneapolis when gunfire erupted. The children were running to a safe place when a bullet pierced the side of the house, killing Terrell. Friday, investigators and Terrell’s mother, Marsha Mayes, are again asking for help in finding the person responsible.
People came together Saturday to remember victims killed in the Twin Cities metro in the past five years.
A quiet, sun-splashed street hides the pain of what happened inside the home on the 2600 block of Colfax Avenue North. One year later, a poster tacked alongside the front doorway reveals the sad and senseless tragedy.
Just about a year ago, an entire community came together to mourn the loss of a 3-year-old boy. On the day after Christmas, someone shot and killed Terrell Mayes, Jr. as he ran upstairs to safety, after hearing gunshots outside his home in Minneapolis.
Terrell Mayes Jr. would have turned four years old today. But instead his family is remembering the life he could have had.
Monday marked the three-month anniversary of the shooting that killed a 3-year-old boy in north Minneapolis, but police say they are no closer to finding the person who fired the fatal shot.
Churchgoers and concerned citizens across Minnesota and the country wore hooded sweatshirts Sunday to honor a teenager shot dead in his Florida neighborhood.
A new effort is underway to get leads in the shooting death of a 3-year-old North Minneapolis boy.
A 17-year-old girl is recovering after someone fired shots into the home where she was staying, hitting her in the ankle.
The mothers of two murdered children came together in north Minneapolis over the weekend to bring attention to their unsolved cases.