CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A 911 tape revealed new details about what happened the moments after a double shooting that hospitalized a 6-year-old and a teenager.
The call was made by a neighbor in the Davis Commons apartment complex in north Charlotte.
The caller heard the gun shots that hit 6-year-old Jonathan Martin and 17-year-old Armani Washington Friday night and described the cries from the scene.
“We need police and medic,” the caller said. “I do believe. I just heard shots over here at Davis Commons. You can actually hear somebody screaming and crying. I do believe somebody did probably get shot.”
The victims were shot in the legs while outside an apartment on University Station Circle.
Police said the suspects showed up after the teen was involved in an argument.
The 911 caller reported hearing multiple shots.
“How many shots did you hear?” the dispatcher said.
“Oh God, about shot, shot, shot, shot, shot, shot, shot, shot, shot, shot. About eight or nine,” the caller said.
This weekend, Channel 9 spoke with Martin’s older sister who said she wrapped his leg with her jacket until the ambulance arrived.
Both victims are recovering Monday.
The three suspects arrested in connection to this case all made their first appearances in court Monday.
Tevin Mayweather and Christopher Willis face assault with a deadly weapon charges.
Roberto Garcia faces a drug charge.
Investigators said the suspects sped off after the shooting but an officer pulled them over a short time later.
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