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Family of slain 3-year-old offers $13,000 reward for info on shooter

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Mekhi James, 3, was the youngest shooting victim over the weekend that left 104 injured and 15 dead — 12 of which were minors. The reward for information leading to his killer is now at $13,000, several thousand more than what it was days ago.
“We are asking if anybody knows anything — and we really do believe you do — about the whereabouts of this killer, speak now, please speak up,” said Rev. Ira Acree of the Greater St. John Baptist Church, who is leading efforts around the reward. “If you break the silence, we can end the violence.” Manny Ramos has the story…
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