Man, girl injured in St. Pete drive-by shooting

- Police say a child was among those caught up in a drive-by shooting in St. Pete this afternoon.

The victims were identified as 23-year-old Terrell Holliman and 3-year-old Jayla Mack. Bother were being treated for non-life threatening injuries. 

According to police, a white Dodge Challenger drove by a home on 10th Avenue S and fired several shots.  There were several people on the porch, including the two victims.

Neighbors were shocked by what happened. One said she would not be able to sleep that evening. Another said she was moving. 

Mayor Kriseman had harsh words for the potential suspect or suspects. 

"To the person who did, who is a coward and would shoot a child, we're going to find you; prosecute you," Kriseman said. "I'm tired of this... we've been talking about this since I became mayor. There's too many guns. Too much violence. "

He continued, "enough is enough."

 

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