10-year-old Khalil Robinson was watching cartoons in his family’s East New York home when shots were fired at a nearby park and a stray bullet came through the window and struck the child. The gunshot nearly killed him. The bullet ripped through Robinson’s neck and exited his right shoulder. The gunshot was nearly fatal, just missing the boy’s heart by less than an inch.
Authorities finally caught the “Very Crispy Gangster” that shot this little boy. Huh? Yes, the gang refers to themselves as “Very Crispy Gangsters”. Police have charged an 18-year-old member of the Brooklyn gang, Quayshawn Smith with assault and gun possession. Smith, an ex-con, is believed to have taken part in the shooting targeting another local gang when Robinson was shot. According to NY Daily News, investigators say Smith opened fire on two other teens at the Martin Luther King Jr. playground in Brooklyn. As onlookers scrambled to safety, an unsuspecting Robinson fell victim to a stray bullet and was rushed to Brookdale University Hospital where he underwent several hours of surgery. Smith, who has been arrested for robbery and menacing and convicted of possession of stolen property last year, later confessed to the shooting.