Baltimore man convicted in shooting of 5-year-old girl
A Baltimore man has been convicted of attempted murder in the shootings of a then-5-year-old girl and another teen.
Jurors convicted Lamont Davis Thursday on his 18th birthday. His sentencing has been scheduled for June 16.
Davis was convicted of second-degree attempted murder for shooting Raven Wyatt in the head last July. The girl is now 6 years old and is disabled as a result of the shooting.
He was convicted of attempted first-degree murder for shooting Tradon Hicks, who was wounded in the arm. Authorities say Davis opened fire after a fistfight and Raven was caught in the crossfire.
Davis was under Department of Juvenile Services supervision at the time of the shootings, and was participating in a GPS monitoring program that was supposed to track his movements.
-- Baltimore Sun
Washington Post Editors
April 15, 2010; 4:16 PM ET
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