Suspect sought in toddler's road rage death
- Author: Ronnie Bowen Dec 22, 2016,
Dec 22, 2016, 0:42
King-Macon then drove to the J.C. Penney parking lot before calling the police.
Not realizing that the child had been hit, the woman drove on to a JC Penney about 9 miles away.
"This grandmother and mother will never get to hug this child again", McClanahan says.
The grandmother, Kim King-Macon, 47, was unaware the child had been shot through the vehicle door in the Saturday evening confrontation until she traveled another 10 miles or so to the parking lot of a J.C. Penney store, Little Rock Police Lt. Steve McClanahan tells PEOPLE.
According to King-Macon, a black Chevy Impala pulled behind her while she stopped at a traffic light. The grandmother honked her horn.
The FBI also announced Monday that it's offering a $20,000 reward in the case. A 1-year-old child was also in the auto at the time of the shooting, according to the police report.
King-Macon continued driving to the Shackleford Crossing Center, where she planned to meet other family members. The caller yells: 'Ma'am, do you know who did it?'
"A black male then exited [the Impala] and fired one shot", the report said.
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The child was taken to Arkansas Children's Hospital, where he later died from his injuries, police said. It was only there that she discovered her grandson had been hit. As in the case of Arkansas 3-year-old Acen King, nobody got a good look at the shooter or the vehicle that the bullets came from.
Police arrived at the shopping center and found the boy in the auto outside a JCPenney department store.
Lt. Steve McClanahan described the shooting as a "road rage incident". He made an appeal for anyone with information about the shooter to contact police. The man then got out of his vehicle and fired into her auto, striking the little boy.
The shooter in that case hasn't been captured, and the girl has not been identified.
"If you recognize individuals that may be going in the wrong direction, let somebody know", he said.
Little Rock Police Department chief Kenton Buckner told KARK: "I certainly have no information to say that anyone in this family has done anything to cost this young person's life".
'We can not have a community to where the least protected among us, being infants, who are dying these senseless crimes in our city, ' Buckner said.