Tenessee woman brings baby on drive-by shooting

May 24, 2007 00:10


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A Tennessee woman had her infant child in the car with her as she drove by a house so her brother could shoot at it, police said. Karen Samuels and her brother, 18-year-old Delvin Samuels, were charged with reckless endangerment - a felony because of the baby's age. The baby girl, who has been placed with the state Children's Services Department, was in the back seat of the car when the shots were fired Tuesday in East Nashville. People at the house shot back at the car, and Karen Samuels crashed into other vehicles as she tried to speed away, according to police.

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