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May 21, 2019

Teen gang member busted in stray-bullet shooting of 15-year-old Bronx girl

November 30, 2018
Police released photos of these two suspects in connection with the stray-bullet shooting of a 15-year-old girl in the Bronx. (DCPI)

A 16-year-old gang member was busted for his role in a Bronx shooting that left an innocent teenage girl with a bullet wound in her hip, police said.

Police arrested the shooter — a reputed member of the “Evergreen Avenue Crew” — Thursday, after cops released photos of him and an accomplice in the Tuesday shooting.

His name has not been released because of his age.

The 15-year-old victim and a friend were crossing at a three-way intersection of Manor Ave., E. 173rd St. and E. 174th St. near the Bronx River Houses on Tuesday night, when a gunman let loose a spray of bullets from in front of a nearby pharmacy.

The girl dropped to the ground, crying “I’m hit!” as the shooter ran off, a witness told the Daily News.

The teen suspect faces attempted murder and other charges. It’s not clear if he or his alleged accomplice fired the shot that struck the girl.

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