Four men with gang ties were charged Wednesday with the Labor Day shooting death of 10-year-old Nequiel “Nee-Nee” Fowler in a South Chicago neighborhood.
Four men with gang ties were charged Wednesday with the Labor Day shooting death of 10-year-old Nequiel "Nee-Nee" Fowler in a South Chicago neighborhood. Antoine Lacy, 25, of Sauk Village; Joey Chico, 23, of the 11400 block of South Champlain Avenue; Luis Pena, 20, of the 10800 block of South Avenue B and Raymond Jones, 18, of the 8700 block of South Escanaba Avenue face first-degree murder and attempted murder charges for their roles in the fatal shooting, police said. The would-be fourth grader was caught in gang crossfire Monday afternoon as she stopped in the 8700 block of South Exchange Avenue, where she lived, to tie her blind, younger sister’s shoes. All of the men were scheduled to appear in bond court today. ______ In photo: Antoine Lacy (top left), Joseph Chico (top right), Raymond Jones (bottom left), Luis Pena (bottom right)
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