A 16-year old boy was shot Thursday in Cocoa while driving away from a barbershop where he’d gotten his hair cut, police said. Police are starting over in their investigation of the shooting of a 17-year-old. The teen was shot Thursday on his way from a Dixon Boulevard barbershop. The bullet went through a car window and into his back, putting him in need of a life flight to the hospital, where he now remains. His friend was driving the car and became the key witness in the investigation so far.
Two women whose bodies were found in the ashes of a Malabar home had been shot, but the 9-year-old boy also found dead in the home had not, according to an autopsy report. The boy, Sebastian Meachum, had "no visible signs of trauma," the chief investigator in the Brevard County Medical Examiner's Office said. Chrissy Hughes, 39, her son, Sebastian, and her sister, Linda Woods, were found dead after the June 11 fire on Atz Road.
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