Source: Evelyn Holmes / ABC 7 Chicago
Jerrel Dorsey of Chicago was charged Sunday in the shooting of 7-year-old Heaven Sutton on Wednesday night and a judge ordered that he be held without bond.
Relatives of the murdered child cried as prosecutors outlined Dorsey — allegedly fired ten times into a crowd gathered in front of the home candy stand run by heaven and her mom.
The judge called Dorsey a dangerous individual who shouldn’t be allowed out of jail before he stands trial.
“He shouldn’t have done that. He had no right to take that baby’s life. He had no right to take her life.”
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