Category Archives: Male Teen

Mass Shooting – Killed – Male Teen – David Carpenter-Kohler (Barberton, OH)

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Two men have been arrested in connection with the New Year’s Eve shooting deaths of a Barberton father and his two teenage children.

Michael Deon Hendon, 22, and Eric Donta Hendon, 30, both of Akron, were arrested Friday on three counts each of aggravated murder.

Additional charges, including a potential death penalty specification indictment, will be considered when the case is reviewed later this month by a Summit County grand jury.

The arrests came on the same day that John Kohler, the Barberton father whose home was targeted by armed robbers on New Year’s Eve, died of apparent gunshot wounds.

He was shot in the home invasion burglary that also claimed the life of his 18-year-old stepdaughter, Ashley Carpenter, and his son, David Kohler Carpenter, 14.

Kohler’s girlfriend, Ronda Blankenship, 38, survived the shooting and is recovering at an area hospital.

Autopsies this week showed that Ashley died of a single gunshot wound to the head. Her brother, David, died of multiple gunshot wounds to the head. He also suffered defensive wounds to his arms, reports show. They were found together in a back bedroom.

The haunting 911 call from a Barberton woman paints a picture of the aftermath of a shooting New Year’s Eve that left her and her boyfriend wounded and his two teenage children dead.

“Help, help,” a wounded Ronda Blankenship pleads to a dispatcher in the conversation released Thursday by Southwest Summit Communications. “I’m bleeding everywhere … my boyfriend is here. I have two kids here … Help, help, help. Oh God.”

The teens were visiting their father, John Kohler, 42, at his 7th Street Northeast home on New Year’s Eve.

His girlfriend, Rhonda Blankenship, 38, was also shot, but survived.

A call for help was made around 6:50 p.m.

AKRON, Ohio — One of two brothers accused of killing three people and shooting a fourth during a home invasion robbery in Barberton is mentally unfit for the death penalty, a judge ruled on Monday.

Michael Hendon, 23, of Akron, still faces aggravated murder charges in the Dec. 31, 2013 attack. Summit County Judge Amy Corrigal Jones ruled that Hendon mental disabilities barred him from being executed under state and federal laws.

Hendon is scheduled for a court hearing Tuesday to determine how the case will proceed.

Hendon and his brother, Eric Hendon, 32, are accused of breaking into a 7th Street S.W. home in order to steal drugs and money, according to police.

Killed – Male Teen – Allen S. Templeton (Cahokia, IL)

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CAHOKIA • A St. Louis man has been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a teen here earlier this week.

The St. Clair County State’s Attorney’s Office on Saturday charged Henry L. Davis, 23, of St. Louis, with first-degree murder. Davis had already been in custody.

Allen S. Templeton, 17, of the 4500 block of Harris Street in St. Louis, was found dead Monday evening in the 80 block of Circle Creek Drive at the Pheasant Run Mobile Home Park.

Cahokia police began investigating and called in the Major Case Squad of Greater St. Louis for assistance.

A second man is in custody awaiting charges in connection with the death, police said.

Allen S. Templeton, 17, of the 4500 block of Harris Avenue, was found with an apparent gunshot wound to the head about 6:40 p.m. Cahokia police said they were called to Circle Creek Drive about 6:40 p.m. after a report of gunshots.

Killed – Male Teen – D’Andre Green (Newark, DE)

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On December 28, 2013, 16-year-old D’Andre Green was attending a birthday party at the Brookside Community Center in Newark, Delaware. As people were leaving the event and D’Andre was waiting outside for his father to pick him up from the party, a fight broke out in the front parking lot of the Center. D’Andre, who was not involved in the fight, attempted to run away when shots were fired. However, D’Andre was caught in the crossfire, shot several times, and later died from his injuries.

According to New Castle County Police, officers were called to the community center around 11:45 p.m. for the report of a large crowd and disturbance.

The FBI has joined the search for the killer who gunned down a teenage boy, an innocent bystander who was leaving a party in Newark, Delaware.

The agency added another $10,000 to a reward fund, bringing the total to $30,000.

The murder happened on December 28, 2013 at the Brookside Community Center at 900 Marrows Road.$30000-reward-offered-for-killer-of-teen-bystander-in-newark/950558/

Killed – Male Teen – Jonathan Pearcey (DeKalb, GA)


A DeKalb County teen shot in the face last week died over the weekend, police said.

Jonathan Pearcey, 15, died on Saturday, after being in critical condition from the gunshot wound he suffered early Friday morning, police said.

Pearcey’s friend, 17-year-old Jacob Christmas, was arrested mid-day Friday and charged with aggravated assault in Pearcey’s shooting, police said.

Christmas is now charged with murder, DeKalb County Police Capt. Steven Fore told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Fore said there had been an ongoing dispute between the teens that “finally came to a head.” The teens were close friends and it wasn’t uncommon for one to be at the other’s home.

Police said Christmas had been at Pearcey’s home hours before the shooting. Christmas left, Fore said, and returned around 2:30 a.m., and shot Pearcey.

Police were called, and Christmas was later arrested at his home where officers found a handgun, Fore said.

The teen was one of a number of people at a home on Hillcrest Drive SE when he was shot at about 2:30 a.m. on Dec. 27.

Killed – Male Teen – German Serrano (Fort Worth, TX)

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A 24-year-old man who acknowledged pulling the trigger and fatally shooting a 14-year-old boy last week was in jail Tuesday, police reported.

Jose Mahugnos was arrested Monday in the death of German Serrano, 14.

Mahugnos told police he thought the gun wasn’t loaded, police said.

Mahugnos and the teen were among visitors at a house in the 3000 block of Hanger Avenue in east Fort Worth when the shooting occurred about 11:45 p.m. Thursday, police said.

“The investigation revealed that several individuals were in a residence,” homicide Sgt. Cheryl Johnson said Friday. A man “had a weapon [and] pulled the trigger, shooting the victim.”

Mahugnos was questioned and released after the shooting.

Serrano died Friday afternoon at John Peter Smith Hospital. He was shot in the head, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office website.

Fort Worth police say Serrano was one of several people in a group at a home on the 3000 block of Hanger Avenue in Fort Worth, when a 24-year-old pulled out a gun and pointed it at Serrano’s head, pulling the trigger.

He shot the teen above the left eye and left the scene. The shooter later called police and told them he didn’t know the gun was loaded. Police brought him in for questioning and later released him.

FORT WORTH (December 31, 2013) Jose Mahugnos, 24, who told Fort Worth police he thought a gun he was holding wasn’t loaded when he pulled the trigger, firing a shot that killed a 14-year-old, has been charged with manslaughter.

Mahugnos was arrested Monday and remained in Mansfield Jail on Tuesday in lieu of $70,000 bond and on an immigration hold.

The Tarrant County medical examiner’s office says the teenager, old German Serrano, died Friday afternoon at John Peter Smith Hospitalfrom a gunshot wound to the head.

Killed – Male Teen – Isaac Odell Williams (Swifton, AR)

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SWIFTON, AR (KAIT) – A teenage boy was found dead Thursday night from what appeared to be an accidental shooting.

Jackson County authorities responded to the shooting on Main Street in Swifton just after 5p.m.

According to Sheriff David Lucas, officers found Isaac Odell Williams, 14, of Newport dead from a gunshot wound to the face.

Sheriff Lucas said that the shooting appears to be accidental, but the case is still under investigation.

Killed – Male Teen – Luis Mendez (Los Angeles, CA)


LOS ANGELES ( — Authorities Thursday were investigating the death of a 17-year-old boy who was gunned down on Christmas.

Luis Mendez was fatally shot as he walked in the 4500 block of Randolph Street at 10 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Officials say Mendez was chased and fatally shot by four Hispanic male suspects who fled the scene in a white vehicle.

They were last seen heading northbound on King Street from Randolph Street.