The recording shows the girl screaming as the teens strike her repeatedly; some of the teens can be heard laughing in the background. Chicago police said the girl was missing for five days before the video was shared and police were contacted. The girl was located Tuesday night and taken to an area hospital where she was treated and released.
But when Harris saw the video that went viral this week, she thought of the sweet and easygoing girl who probably trusts people too much. Harris, joined by several relatives, spoke hours after Chicago police announced charges against three of the girls. Two of them, 13 and 14, were charged with aggravated battery.
Officials in Chicago charged four people with a hate crime and battery after the group was allegedly caught on a Facebook Live video beating a tied-up mentally disabled teenager. He had willingly went to meet one of the alleged offenders, year-old Jordan Hill, on Dec. Duffin said the two drove around in a van that Hill allegedly stole prior to the get-together.
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Three girls have been arrested in connection with an attack on a year-old girl with special needs in Chicago, police said Thursday. Chicago police discuss the attack on a year-old girl that was captured on video and posted on social media. Local News.
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Three teen girls now face charges in a story we first brought you Tuesday night. The girls face charges that they beat another girl, who has special needs. NBC 5's Michelle Relerford has the story.
Police Lt. Ozzie Valdez, the acting commander of Area Central, said earlier Thursday that three girls — ages 13, 14, and 15 — were charged in the attack. Two of the girls were charged with aggravated battery and the other was charged with mob action.
Chicago police held a press conference saying three teenage girls have been charged Thursday in connection with the beating of a year-old special needs girl, which was recorded on video that went viral, police said. Chicago Police Lt. The girls are 13, 14 and 15, and they were charged as juveniles.
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