Big reward offered in Arizona drive-by shooting that killed 1-year-old
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A 1-year-old boy has died after being critically injured in a drive-by shooting that also injured six others at an Arizona pop-up food vendor site.
News that little Sebastian Duran lost his struggle to survive came as authorities posted $20,000 in reward money for tips leading to an arrest in the shooting, which took place Friday night in Mesa.
The gunfire also struck six others, including Sebastian’s 6-year-old sister and 16-year-old brother, a 9-year-old girl and three adults.
One-year-old Sebastian Duran was a happy boy, his grief-stricken father said.
(Mesa Police Department)
“My family was just having dinner when out of nowhere they heard gun shots someone was shooting,” Sebastian’s grief-stricken father Gerardo Duran said Monday, according to KTVK.
“Sebastian was a very happy boy; he was the best. I am sorry can’t talk anymore more about it,” he said.
The Mesa Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms posted the cash reward.
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Police said the shooter opened fire at families eating under tents after jumping out of an SUV that had stopped in the middle of the road.
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