PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Three men are charged in the shooting death of one-year-old Zykier Young in Pittsburgh’s Spring Hill neighborhood.
Two of the suspects are in custody, while the search continues for the third. Police say the investigation is far from over.
Andre Crawford and Marvin Hill are in the Allegheny County Jail. They’re facing criminal homicide and gun charges.
There’s an arrest warrant for Devon Thompson, who is facing the same charges. Police are asking the public for help tracking him down.
A lengthy criminal complaint provides extensive details on what happened.
It was on Aug. 24 when Pittsburgh police were alerted about multiple rounds of gunfire were heard near Three Rivers Manor Apartment Complex in the area of Rhine Place in the city’s Spring Hill neighborhood.
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Police say a bullet traveled through the the window and walls where Zykier Young was sleeping. He was struck in the head.
Through their investigation, police say multiple buildings were damaged by bullets and several shell casings were found.
Video surveillance at the time of the shooting shows all three men. More specifically, police say the footage shows Crawford shooting his gun in a parking lot directly across the building where Young was sleeping.
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“No sense of life having value or worth, it’s a sad, sad case. They just wanted to take each other’s lives,” said Victor Joseph, Commander and In-Charge of Major Crimes.
Police say the three men engaged in a “gun battle.”
“Any life taken is one too many. To take a one-year-old child from their family to not give them the future they deserve is unacceptable,” said Pittsburgh Police Chief, Scott Schubert.
Detectives are working both on the ground and behind the scenes around the clock to uncover more evidence and bring the suspects to justice. If you have information, call police.
Meanwhile the family is asking for prayers. KDKA’s Royce Jones spoke with a close relative who says the pain is insurmountable. The family is asking for prayers.