6 indicted on Thursday for shooting that injured boy, 4 in March - Tucson News Now

6 men indicted in shooting that injured 4-year-old boy

From left to right: Lattimore, Smith, Williams, Alexander, Torbert, Huff From left to right: Lattimore, Smith, Williams, Alexander, Torbert, Huff
Khyren Landrum in March of 2012 (Source: Family) Khyren Landrum in March of 2012 (Source: Family)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Six men were indicted on Thursday in connection with a shooting that injured a 4-year-old boy in Avondale.

Khyren Landrum, 4, was shot by a single bullet in the buttocks during a drive-by shooting on Blair Avenue last March. He was taken to Children's Hospital Medical Center and later released. Police believe he was an unintended target, caught in the cross fire of the shooting.

On Thursday, Rashid Lattimore, 25, Shaquille Smith, 20, Masai Williams, 26, David Alexander, 26, Masai Torbert, 43, and Antonio Huff, 44, were all indicted in the shooting by a Hamilton County Grand Jury.

Lattimore, Smith, Alexander and Torbert were all charged with two counts of felonious assault and one count of having weapons while under disability. Williams was charged with two counts of felonious assault. Huff charged with two counts of felonious assault and two counts of having weapons under disability.

Five of the six men are currently in custody on other charges. Police say Antonio Huff is still at large.

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