The Metropolitan Police Department announced the de@th of the 10-year-old girl who was sh0t on Sunday, May 14, night in Northeast D.C. The sh00ting occurred in the 3700 block of Northeast Hayes Street.
You can see a tweet from the Police Department that shows the missing report of Amiya Evans-
Critical #MissingPerson 14-year-old Amiya Evans, who was last seen in the 3100 block of 11th Street, Northwest on Monday, May 15, 2023.
Have Info? Call 202-727-9099 or Text 50411 pic.twitter.com/fU63TBLRLo
— DC Police Department (@DCPoliceDept) May 17, 2023
Officers from the Sixth District arrived at the area at 9:14 p.m. in response to reports of g*nfire. Officers arrived at the scene of the crime but found no casualties.
You can see a video that cuts away before the gunman can be seen, but you can clearly hear the gunfire-
A 10-year-old girl was brought to a DC Fire and EMS station after she had been sh0t. She was in critical condition and was sent to the nearest hospital. It was revealed that she was Arianna Davis from the Northeast neighborhood of Washington, DC.
Arianna p@ssed away on Wednesday, May 17, from her w0unds. Currently, the District of Columbia’s Metropolitan Police Department is offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to the @rrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for each h0micide committed in the area.
The original reward was $30,000, but the Washington Field Division of the Bureau of Alc0hol, Tob@cco, Fire@rms, and Expl0sives (ATF) and the Washington Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) each contributed $10,000, bringing the outstanding amount to $45,000.
The money is offered as an incentive for information that leads to the capture and conviction of the perpetrator(s).
Here are the most recent updates on what’s been going on in Washington:
- Suspect in the Fatal Shooting of a Maryland Man is Identified by Police.
- Washington, DC, Police Are Looking Into Multiple Shootings.
The police request that anyone with information regarding this case contact them at (202) 727-9099. Sending a text message to the department’s TEXT TIP LINE (50411) is another option for providing information anonymously.