Terrell Mayes, who died two years ago in his home in north Minneapolis, would have turned 5 years old Monday.
Nearly a year-and-a half has passed since a stray bullet went through a Minneapolis home and killed a 3-year-old boy. There have been no arrests made in the death of Terrell Mayes. But the reward for information just got a lot bigger Tuesday to in hopes of finding the person responsible.
It was a birthday a little boy never had a chance to celebrate.
Two juveniles have been arrested in connection with the recent shooting death of a 5-year-old boy in north Minneapolis.
Several billboards have been erected in North Minneapolis to help find the killer of 3-year-old Terrell Mayes.
The Minneapolis Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding who fired the stray bullet that killed a 3-year-old boy.
The Minneapolis Police Department and Crime Stoppers are teaming up to increase the reward for information regarding a 3-year-old’s death.
Communities around the country held vigils Sunday – one year after a deadly shooting rampage in Tucson, Ariz., that left six dead and 13 wounded, including congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
Three-year-old Terrell Mayes, Jr. was inside his house when the bullet came through the wall and hit him in the head. Nearly two weeks after a Minneapolis boy was killed by a stray bullet, his killer remains on the loose.
A funeral is underway for a 3-year-old boy, shot to death in his home. Terrell Mayes was hit by a stray bullet last week, on Colfax Avenue North in Minneapolis.
Friends and neighbors would rather be celebrating the new year with Terrell Mayes Jr., than remembering the life of the 3-year-old who died after being hit in the head by a stray bullet.
The family of a little boy who was killed by a stray bullet doesn’t want the crime to become the next cold case.
Police need help to find the person who fired a shot in Minneapolis that killed a 3-year-old boy. And they’re offering a big reward for information.