Teen and 2-Year-Old Boy Walk Into Hospital After Being Shot While Riding Inside Car

March 6, 2019 Updated: March 6, 2019

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Police in Rhode Island say an 18-year-old man and a toddler were shot while riding inside a car.

They walked into Hasbro Children’s Hospital suffering from gunshot wounds, according to NBC10.

Providence Police Maj. David Lapatin says they were shot while they were inside a car driving on Pleasant Valley Parkway at about 9:30 p.m. on March 5.

The teenager, Christian Michaud, was in the passenger seat, and the 2½-year-old boy was in the back.

Police say the teenager suffered serious injuries and was rushed into surgery but is listed in stable condition. Authorities say the toddler was shot in the foot and is expected to be OK.

“The little boy is doing well,” Lapatin told NBC10. “I just went to see him. He’s actually sleeping.”

The driver of the car, a 21-year-old man who is the toddler’s father, was not injured.

Out of caution, the police were turning patients away and Hasbro’s Emergency Room was put under lockdown, according to WPRI.

Police are still looking for the shooter. WPRI reporter says they are looking for a dark-color Honda.

Man Arrested in Shooting Death at South Carolina Mall

CHARLESTON, S.C. —Federal marshals have arrested a man wanted for the shooting death of a woman in the parking lot of a South Carolina mall last month.

News outlets reported that 28-year-old Cary Kejuan Janai Stephens has been charged with murder and possession of a gun during a violent crime. Stephens is being held in the Charleston County jail. It was not known if Stephens has an attorney yet.

Charleston police say Stephens was in the parking lot of the Citadel Mall on Feb. 26 when he got into an argument with 23-year-old Deja Katrice Dantley.

Police spokesman Charles Francis said Dantley wrecked her car after the shooting. Her body was found in the vehicle.

Police have not said what prompted the shooting.

NTD News reporter Venus Upadhayaya contributed to this report.

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