Category Archives: Female Teen

Wounded – Female Teen (Miami Gardens, FL)


Eighth-grader Nevilisha Francis was talking on the phone inside her house in the 20400 block of NW 2nd Court when she was shot in the calf Monday night, the gunfire sprayed from an alleyway behind a nearby shopping center according to the Miami Herald.

Crime scene investigators found more than dozen shell casings on the ground, CBS Miami reports. Though police have no suspects, it is believed that Frances was not the intended target.

She said her daughter was shot just before 9 PM Monday night after they had come back from a tennis court and were sitting on their porch.

Mass Shooting – Killed – Female Teen – Katherine Cizek (Oklahoma City, OK)

Katherine Cizek

OKLAHOMA CITY —The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has released a cause of death for two of the victims of Wednesday’s quadruple homicide, including that of a 6-month-old baby.

Sallie Green, 57, Rebecca Cizek, 34, Katherine Cizek, 16, and Mario Dominguez, 6 months old, were found dead inside a home in the 4600 block of Southeast 79th Street around 11 p.m. Wednesday.

According to the ME, Green was killed by a penetrating gunshot wound to the head. The baby, Mario, was killed by an intermediate-range, penetrating gunshot wound to forehead. Both manners of death were ruled a homicide.

The cause and manner of death for Rebecca Cizek and Katherine Cizek, who would have been a sophomore at Del City High School, are still pending, the ME said.

Daniel Green, 40, was arrested on complaints of first-degree murder in the case.

Police say the suspect and the victims all lived in the home. Family members say Daniel Green was the son of Sallie Green, the brother of Rebecca Cizek, and the uncle of Katherine Cizek and Mario Dominguez.

Oklahoma City Police were called to the 4600 block of SE 79th Street around 10:50 Wednesday night to a report of a possible dead body. When they arrived, they found four people dead in the home.

The ME says all four died from gunshot wounds. 57-year-old Sallie Green died after she was shot in the head. 16-year-old Katherine Cizek received two shots: one to the head and one to the back. 34-year-old Rebecca Cizek was also shot twice: in the head and the chest. 6 1/2 month-old Amario Dominguez III was shot once in the forehead.

Double Murder – Killed – Female Teen – Jazmine Shelton (Jacksonville, FL)

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The second teen hit by gunfire when someone sprayed a Northwest Jacksonville mobile home with bullets before dawn Saturday has died.

Double Murder – Killed – Female Teen – Megan Simmons (Jacksonville, FL)

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The second teen hit by gunfire when someone sprayed a Northwest Jacksonville mobile home with bullets before dawn Saturday has died.

Double Murder – Wounded – Female Teen (Savannah, GA)


Savannah-Chatham police are searching for a 21-year-old man they have charged with two counts of murder following a Tuesday night triple shooting on Savannah’s eastside.

David Randy Daniels Jr. is charged with the shooting deaths of 18-year-old Dominique Bright and 15-year-old Syheem Spaulding in the shooting about 9:45 p.m. near the intersection of East 39th and Cedar streets, said Julian Miller, police Spokesman. Daniels is also charged with aggravated assault  for the shooting of another 15-year-old during the incident.

A Savannah man on Wednesday was indicted for murder in two teen slayings and an aggravated assault on a third teen in 2013.

David Daniels caused the deaths of Syheem Spaulding, 15, and Dominique Bright, 18, by shooting them,the Chatham County grand jury said in returning two, malice murder counts.

The same grand jurors charged Daniels with aggravated assault by shooting a 15-year-old girl who survived,in the same spree.

Mass Shooting – Killed – Female Teen – Priscilla Perez (Hialeah, FL)

Priscilla Perez

On July 26, 2013, a mass shooting occurred at an apartment complex in Hialeah, a city in

Miami-Dade County, Florida. Seven people, including the shooter, were killed in the incident. The shooter was identified by police as 42-year-old Pedro Alberto Vargas, a resident of Hialeah, who, after setting his apartment ablaze, opened fire from his balcony and inside the apartment, then held two people hostage before being fatally shot by a SWAT team on the early hours of July 27.[3] It was the deadliest mass shooting in Hialeah’s history,[4] as well as the deadliest in the entire Miami area in three decades.[5]

According to officials, Vargas poured combustible liquid on $10,000 of cash and set it on fire in his fourth-floor apartment at around 6:30 p.m.[6][7][8] The building’s manager, 79-year-old Italo Pisciotii, and his 69-year-old wife Samira noticed the smoke and ran to the apartment, to which Vargas stepped into the hallway and opened fire with a Glock 17 9mm semiautomatic pistol, shooting and killing both.[1][3][9][10] He proceeded to go his balcony on the fourth floor of the building and fired 10 to 20 bullets into the street, fatally hitting 33-year-old Carlos Gavilanes as he got out of his car.[3][9][10]

Vargas then kicked open the door of apartment 304, where he shot and killed the residents, 64-year-old Patricio Simono, his 51-year-old wife Merly Niebels, and their 17-year-old daughter Priscilla Perez;[9][10][11][12] Priscilla Perez was reportedly shot while she was hiding inside a bathtub.[13] Police officers responded to the scene and exchanged gunfire with Vargas throughout the complex.[14] Vargas then entered another apartment on the fifth floor where he took two people hostage for about three hours. After negotiations reportedly broke down, a SWAT team entered the building and fatally shot Vargas after a brief shootout; the two hostages escaped unharmed.[8][9][10][14]

Italo Pisciotti, 79 (building manager, killed in a hallway)
Samira Pisciotti, 69 (wife of Italo Pisciotii, killed in a hallway)
Carlos Javier Gavilanes, 33 (killed on the street)
Patricio Simono, 64 (killed in apartment 304)
Merly S. Niebles, 51 (wife of Patricio Simono, killed in apartment 304)
Priscilla Perez, 17 (daughter of Patricio Simono and Merly Niebles, killed in apartment 304)

The shooter was identified as 42-year-old Pedro Alberto Vargas, a Cuban native. According to records, he resided in the apartment complex with his mother and had committed no serious criminal offenses. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1997 and was naturalized in 2004.[15][16] Neighbors described Vargas as a quiet man who commonly got into arguments with his mother in their apartment.[7][17] According to several LA Fitness customers, Vargas frequented the local gym and often lifted weights as a way to channel out pent-up anger. He also used steroids, expressed frustration at bad experiences with women, and was noticeably antisocial.[14] The Glock 9mm pistol used in the shooting was legally purchased by Vargas.[6][15]

Location 1485 West 46th Street, Hialeah, Florida, U.S.
Date July 26–27, 2013
c. 6:30 p.m.–c. 2:30 a.m.
Attack type
Mass murder, massacre, arson, shootout
Weapons Glock 17 9mm semiautomatic pistol[1]
Deaths 7 (including the perpetrator)
Perpetrators Pedro Alberto Vargas
Motive Unknown[2]

Police were called to the aging, five-story apartment building in Hialeah, a working class suburb a few miles northwest of downtown Miami, on Friday at 6:30 p.m. The first calls reported a fire, but when firefighters arrived, they heard shots and immediately notified police, Zogby said.

All six people were killed in a short time span, Zogby said, and it’s possible they were all dead by the time police arrived.

Just hours before going on a shooting rampage at his Hialeah apartment complex, gunman Pedro Vargas called 911 and told dispatchers he was being harassed by someone using witchcraft against him.

In the bizarre 12-minute call, Pedro Vargas, 42, asked the dispatcher if she could run the license plate of a vehicle parked outside his building. His mother then got on the phone, telling the dispatcher her son was acting strangely.

The dispatcher told Esperanza Patterson, 83, she had officers en route to the apartment, but the mother told her not to send them, explaining first that she feared her son would turn against her, and later, that he was not there.

“He might think I’m his enemy,” she said in Spanish.

The call was placed Friday at 1:37 p.m. About five hours later, Vargas set the apartment on fire and killed the husband and wife building managers, a family of three and a man who was returning from his son’s boxing practice.

Murder/Suicide – Female Teen – Killed – Jacqueline Flores (Harvard, IL)


HARVARD – Miguel Andrade was accused of threatening to kill the mother of his infant child about six months ago, according to McHenry County Court records.

On Thursday morning, Andrade and Jackie Flores were found dead near Flores’ home in an apparent murder-suicide.

Using a key, Andrade entered Flores’s home around 1 a.m. where Flores, the couple’s 9-month-old baby and Flores’s mother were sleeping, according to McHenry County Assistant State’s Attorney Michael Combs. Andrade demanded to see the baby and began pointing a gun at the child and at Flores.

Flores’s mother took the baby and fled the home.

Andrade shot Flores once in her home. The bullet hit her wrist and head but did not penetrate her skull, Combs said.

Flores then fled the home and was chased by Andrade through the neighborhood. Several neighbors said they heard screaming and said Flores was banging on neighbors’ doors. She was eventually chased into a neighbor’s yard and shot fatally in the head, Combs said.

Andrade then shot himself in the head as police arrived to the scene. A .22-caliber revolver was recovered near him.

Combs said he believes the child is currently living with Flores’s mother.

Andrade, 19, was taken to Mercy Harvard Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Flores, a 17-year-old senior at Harvard High School, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Andrade had threatened to kill Flores more than six months ago, according to court records. He was arrested Jan. 13 and charged with misdemeanor counts of endangering the life of a child, assault, harassment through electronic communication and battery.–216950471.html