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An 11-year-old North Carolina boy could face manslaughter charges after he allegedly fatally shot an 8-year-old girl her mother was babysitting with a relative’s gun. The unidentified 11-year-old girl was arrested Friday for allegedly shooting Jenesis Dockery in the head in Fayetteville on July 25, just an hour after she was dropped off at her relative’s home for care.
She was rushed to the hospital, where she died two days later. The boy has not yet been charged, but investigators believe there is sufficient evidence to charge him with manslaughter and theft of a firearm, according to WRAL.
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office has submitted documents to the Department of Juvenile Justice to encourage prosecution against the boy. They are also seeking guaranteed custody. He is currently in the custody of the Juvenile Detention Department. It is unclear if any of the adults involved will face charges. Dockery and her sister, who were there the day of the shooting, had been watched by the 11-year-old’s relative on multiple occasions, according to her father, Fon Dockery.
Jenesis Dockery Age
The age of Jenesis Dockery was 8 year.
Jenesis Dockery was shot and killed by an 11-year old boy
The boy allegedly stole the guns from a safe at the nanny’s house, Dockery family attorney Harry Daniels said at a news conference. The boy had been seen holding guns in photos posted on social media before the shooting. Daniels also said that the safe was unlocked and that the boy knew his combination.
Dockery’s family remembered her as a “joyful, energetic little girl with Jesus in her heart and a perfect smile on her face,” on a GoFundMe page. “My daughter’s life was tragically taken away,” Fon told WNCN. “It hurt my heart to think that I would be in a situation where I would have to comfort my youngest daughter.
“This has been a horrible nightmare, she still doesn’t feel real,” he continued. “She wanted to dance and just live life, man. She loved making TikTok videos.” The family wore orange pins at Dockery’s funeral, symbolizing awareness of gun violence. “Because as much as we want justice for our daughter, this is something that no parent should have to do,” her father said.Read more……