Ballistics Report Delays Federal Trial In 2014 Endia Martin KillingThe federal trial of a woman involved in the April 2014 murder of 14-year-old Endia Martin has been delayed over a late ballistics report
Federal Trial Over Endia Martin Killing Begins This WeekVandetta Redwood found herself alone in a Chicago police lockup in April 2014, the day a teenage feud ended with a street brawl — and the fatal shooting of 14-year-old Endia Martin.
Man Who Supplied Gun In Murder Of Endia Martin Sentenced To 100 Years In PrisonThe man who provided the gun used to kill 14-year-old Endia Martin was sentenced Monday to 100 years in prison after being convicted of murder
Teen's Aunt Charged With Supplying Gun That Killed Endia MartinThe aunt of a teenage girl accused of fatally shooting 14-year-old Endia Martin in 2014 has been indicted on federal weapons charges, for allegedly providing her niece with the revolver used in the slaying.
Chicago Man Guilty In 2014 Murder Of 14-Year-Old Girl Endia MartinA jury found a Chicago man guilty on Saturday in the murder a 14-year-old Chicago girl in 2014.
Closing Arguments Set For Man Accused Of Giving Niece Gun Used To Kill Girl, 14CBS 2's Jeremy Ross takes a look at what led to the death and why the accused says his niece never should have had the gun.
Relative Of Endia Martin's Alleged Killer Invokes 5th AmendmentA relative of the teenage girl accused of shooting Endia Martin invoked the Fifth Amendment when she took the stand at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse Thursday night.
Teen Describes Shooting That Killed Endia MartinLanekia Reynolds used to be good friends with the girl who shot her. They had been tight since grammar school. But in 2013, the two fought over a boy. A year later, the girls’ hatred snowballed and Reynolds and her rival challenged each other to a fight. When that fight was over, Reynolds was wounded and Endia, 14, was dead.
Teen Accused Of Killing Endia Martin Won't Be Tried As An AdultCook County juvenile court Judge Rodney Hughes Brooks said Tuesday he considered the seriousness of the offense but also took into account that the 15-year-old was never in trouble before the shooting on April 28, 2014.
Endia Martin's Death Exposes Entrenched Chicago ViolenceWhen a 14-year-old Chicago girl was arrested on charges that she shot and killed another 14-year-old Chicago girl, much of the attention centered on how the shooting stemmed from an argument over a boy that was playing out on Facebook.
Charges Dismissed Against Aunt Of Accused Teen KillerProsecutors argued Vandetta Redwood initially told police she was not there when 14-year-old Endia Martin was shot, but a cell phone video obtained by police put her at the scene. Judge Donald Panarese Jr. called the video “choppy” and “poor,” then ruled the state did not meet the burden of proof.