MEMPHIS — A 1-year-old boy is in extremely critical condition after he was thrown from a vehicle during a domestic dispute between his parents early Wednesday. "The child was thrown from the vehicle and is at Le Bonheur (Children’s Hospital) in extremely critical condition, and this is an ongoing investigation," said Maj. Stephen Oliver of the Memphis Police Felony Response unit. Oliver said the child's parents have been detained but no charges have been filed yet in the incident.
A 1-year-old boy is in extremely critical condition after he was thrown from a vehicle during a domestic dispute between his parents early Wednesday morning in Southeast Memphis. Police were called around 3 a.m. to a shots fired call at the Autumnwood Apartments in the 3000 block of Autumnwood. When officers arrived on the scene they found a shot had been fired at a 2001 white Honda Accord. No one was hit by gunfire.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is investigating the theft of guns stolen earlier this month from Bass Pro Shops in downtown Memphis. On Sept. 9, authorities said the business was burglarized and several guns stolen. The ATF said it is in the process of conducting an inventory to determine the exact number of guns stolen. The ATF is working with Memphis Police Department in the theft.
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