PLEASANTVILLE, New York – The 10-year-old who was shot dead in a high school football game in Pleatsville on Friday night died on Wednesday in the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office. He was one of three people shot in the game.
"He died on Wednesday, five days after being shot in a high school football match, according to officials. He died hours before Pleastinville and Camden were due to resume their suspended match at the Lincoln Financial Field play-off in Philadelphia.
Charges against Atlantic City's Alvin Wyatt, 31, have been upgraded to murder, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. said. Tanner. He was originally charged with two counts of attempted murder, unlawful possession of a weapon and unlawful possession of a firearm.
He was one of five people charged with the shooting. According to him, the prosecutor is the only one charged with murder.
Michael Mac, 27, Tyrell Dorn, 28, Fahid Dixon, 27 – of Atlantic City and Vance Golden, 26, of Pleastinville – are all charged with unlawful possession of weapons and certain persons not possessing a weapon. Dixon is also charged with disorderly conduct.
"On behalf of the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office, we would like to express our sincere condolences to the Tennant family for the tragic passing of Mihai," Tanner said. "The words at this time seem insufficient to show the anger and anger our community is feeling about his loss. However, his spirit will live on in so many people that it has inspired him. I have directed the charges against Alvin Wyatt to be immediate. updated in Murder The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office will try to prosecute the matter to the fullest extent of the law. "
"When such a tragedy happens, it's not fun. You hate to watch it. You pray for the families and everyone involved," Philadelphia Eagles Declaration Chief Carson Wenz said during a press conference Wednesday, according to 6ABC.
"We are all devastated by the news of the death of Mihach Tennant. Themes and I send our condolences to Dew's mother, Angela, and to all who knew and loved her, "said Governor Phil Murphy. "No child deserves to shorten their promising life, especially with indiscriminate and pointless gun violence. No parent deserves to bury their child. we continue our work to make New Jersey safer for all our families. "
The boy's mother, Angela Tennant, was optimistic. According to authorities, Micah was listed in critical condition at Cooper Hospital in Camden.
GoFundMe has raised more than $ 21,000 for treatment of Michea. The $ 20,000 funding fund was set up on behalf of Tennant.
Micah had a vivid smile, the site said. He also had a great personality, according to his mother. Tennant posted videos of Dewey dancing and flexing.
"The rose's personality is too big for him not to come out on top!" Wrote Tennant. "It's just a matter of time."
A chaotic series of events put Dove in this situation. READ MORE: 3 shots at Pleasantville Football Game: Kid Critical, 5 Arrested
A 15-year-old boy also suffered a grazing wound and was treated in hospital and released, AFPO said. A 27-year-old man was in stable condition and had to undergo surgery, the AFPO said.
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Despite the incident, Tenant remained positive and loyal.
"We don't use the word hope when it comes to Dove Yell!" she wrote on Sunday. "WE ARE BELIEVERS THIS IS NEVER GREAT OR SMALL! Tell me where the faith is! God said we only need faith as much as mustard seed.
A community outing for shooting victims at Pleasantville Woodland Airport was held Saturday.
The teams were due to finish their playoff game at 4 p.m. The Philadelphia Eagles were supposed to host the game, and every high school received free passes, especially for player parents and family members. The general public was not allowed to attend, but the game was broadcast live on nj.com.
Before the match, the teams gathered in the middle of the field for unity and a moment of silence.
The winner will face Cedar Creek High School for the Group 2 Central Championship at home from the higher seed. Read more here: Eagles to host Plesinville-Camden game suspended from shooting
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