BRUNSWICK, Ga. -
New evidence has been released for a teenager charged with murder after a baby was fatally shot in the face on a Brunswick street.
Attorney Randy Reep and Channel 4′s Tim Pulliam looked through a 77-page inventory list of evidence, from a baby bottle to a gun cleaning kit.
But Reep said one of the most interesting items collected were DVDs, specifically the one mentioned on page 41. The DVD contains a recorded reenactment of the incident at the scene by 15-year-old suspect Dominique Lang.
Antonio Santiago “There very well could be a confession on it. Why that would not be released at this point, I would be guessing,” said Reep. “I would guess there’s additional arrests that are coming, accessory after the fact or build a case against other people.”
Reep said on page 20, there’s also other recordings inside a police car of both Lang and alleged 17-year-old shooter, De’Marquise Elkins.
Video that could also be significant.
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ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -
An 18-year-old Glynn Academy student died early Wednesday morning after attending a senior party on St. Simons Island, just hours before he was supposed to graduate, according to Glynn County police.
Paramedics responded about 4 a.m. to a 911 call about a medical emergency at a home on 12th Street East for a teenager who may have drunk too much alcohol, was not breathing and had no pulse. Other students at the party say the teen — identified as William Dalton Collins — had also hit his head earlier and gone to bed.
Investigators say the students attempted CPR until rescue workers arrived and rushed Collins to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
County police are investigating the death, and the medical examiner will determine the cause of death. Friends say Collins had a history of concussions, so hitting his head the night of his death may have contributed, but it’s too early to say.
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One man was essentially murdered late Thursday night in what’s described as a barrage of gunfire along a Dothan street. Another was injured to a far less serious degree and taken for medical treatment and is expected to survive. A police source with knowledge of the case, but not authorized to speak for the department, said the most seriously injured man is brain dead and is being kept alive on a life support system until his organs can be harvested. His age is not immediately known but he is believed to be a young man. The second victim is believed to have suffered a wound on or near his elbow. His condition was described as stable.
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According to Jacksonville Beach police, lifeguards and firefighters responded to a report of a swimmer in distress at the beach at the foot of Beach Boulevard at 11:40 a.m.
Witnesses say 43-year-old Sydney Graham was brought to shore by participants in the Trident Challenge — a 500-meter ocean swim, a crawl through the sand, pull ups and paddleboarding.
Ocean rescue personnel who were contracted by Never Quit Never had jet ski’s in the water, lifeguards on surfboards and buoys out at sea directing swimmers where to go.
Paramedics performed CPR on the sand for several minutes, then transported him to Baptist Beaches Medical Center, where he died at 12:40 p.m.
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According to a preliminary report from the Illinois State Police, the 15-passenger van was headed east on Interstate 70 when it veered off the roadway and flipped several times. Several occupants were ejected from the van.
There were 11 men in the one-vehicle crash. The other six passengers were transported to hospitals. Their conditions are unknown.
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