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Nico Brown was arrested in Orlando on Saturday on suspicion of first-degree murder in the deaths of Isaiyah Wright, 19, and toddler Ajahliyah Hashim, whose mother was also wounded, Orlando police said. The teenager flashed a giant smile at his criminal walk as he was led handcuffed to a waiting patrol car while he was dressed in a T-shirt, shorts and flip-flops. The 6-year-old girl and her mother were in the living room of her home when shots were fired from a passing car at 8:20 p.m. last Tuesday, police said. Ajahliyah was taken to a local hospital but died from her injuries two days later, broadcaster ClickOrlando reported. Neither she nor her mother, who suffered non-life-threatening injuries, were intended targets, police said. “She was such a beautiful girl, so calm,” a neighbor who called 911 said of Ajahliyah.
Nico Brown is 15 years old.
The same neighbor said she “heard the rapid gunshots” and called 911, and ClockOrlando saw several bullet marks in the victims’ home, and dozens more outside. “They were really shooting,” the neighbor said of the carnage. Wright, who had just turned 19 on Aug. 23, was taken to the emergency room at Health Central Hospital in Ocoee, where doctors pronounced him dead. It was not immediately clear how he was connected, police said. “I don’t know if he was a target,” Wright’s mother, Stacy Hall, said during a candlelight vigil held Friday night for her son, according to WESH. “I don’t know if he was set up. “There are a lot of things going through my head regarding my son.” “That was my son and his family is grieving,” Hall said. “His father’s side is in mourning and no one deserves to lose a child.” Ajahliyah was a student at Eagle’s Nest Elementary School, according to a statement from Superintendent Maria Vazquez. “Our students should not have to live in a world where their lives are in danger in their own neighborhoods,” Vázquez wrote. “I can’t imagine the pain Ajahliyah’s family is going through. “We cannot accept that these tragedies have become too common in our community.”