Nine days before he was shot on Saturday, a 19-year-old was the suspect in a robbery during an arranged transaction to sell an Xbox at 13th and Oxford streets. Two months earlier he was a suspect in another robbery in the 9400 block of Stouffer Court. In August 2016, he was arrested for being a child in possession of a firearm in connection with a burglary on Tacoma Avenue. Ten days before that, he was arrested in connection with a carjacking and pistol-whipping near 42nd Street and Post Road.
UPDATE: The Marion County Prosecutor's Office announced on June 6 that it would not be filing charges in the shooting.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Police say a woman shot at a northwest side KFC Saturday afternoon has died of her injuries.
Officers were called to the KFC located at 7215 N. Michigan Road around 5:30 Saturday on a report of an employee of the business who had been shot.
They arrived to find Quiana Lashawn Toussaint, 20, suffering from an apparent gunshot wound.
Toussaint was rushed to the hospital in extremely critical condition.
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IMPD confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Toussaint had died of her injuries. Police said the case is considered a death investigation at this time.
Toussaint’s death marks the sixth fatal shooting in Indianapolis since Friday.
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