A 14-YEAR-old boy has been charged in the shooting death of a mom, 32, who was driving home from a dinner in Colorado last month.
Pamela Cabriales’s Land Rover was hit six times in a seemingly random attack as she drove home from dinner with a friend in Denver.
At least one of the bullets struck the victim in the head, and she died at a hospital several days later.
Police reportedly arrested two male suspects, the 14-year-old whose name is being withheld because he’s a minor, and 18-year-old Neshan Johnson, who is suspected of driving a car the teen was in.
A witness told police that the underage suspect was standing next to a Honda, presumably the one Johnson was driving, before firing the shots at Cabriales’s car.
The suspects took off in their car after the shooting, but were later apprehended by officers and attempted to flee on foot.
Three suspects were apprehended, but it’s unclear at the time if the third person has been or will be charged.
Cops reportedly recovered two AR-15 rifles from the Honda the suspects were driving.
More than a dozen rounds of ammunition were also found in a shed that Johnson was found behind after he attempted to flee from police on foot.
The 14-year-old and Johnson are both facing two counts of first-degree murder, according to The Daily Mail.
A motion has reportedly been filed to charge the teen as an adult.
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A GoFundMe page set up to raise money for Cabriales’s 6-year-old son, Leo, describes the victim as an “amazing human being” who would “always go out of her way to help those in need.”
She was “an amazing mother, daughter, sister, auntie and friend,” the page says.
The fund has already raised more than $30,000 and will go directly into a college fund for Leo, the page says.