Keshawn Jennings, 20, Antwaine Jones, 18, and James Moore, 20, have been indicted with charges related to a shooting at Moody Manor that killed a 1-year-old girl and injured a 2-year-old girl.
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Three Toledo men recently arrested on charges related to the Aug. 9 shooting of two toddlers in their Moody Manor home were indicted today by a Lucas County grand jury.
Keshawn Jennings, 20, of 244 Wasaon St.; James Moore, 20, of 2037 W. Terrace View St.; and Antwaine Jones, 18, of 3145 Cottage Ave., were each charged with three counts of felony obstructing justice. They are accused of lying to police during the investigation.
Keondra Hooks was shot once in the head when at least 12 rounds were fired into an apartment where she and her sister were sleeping. Keondra died 12 hours later at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Her sister, Leondra Hooks, 2, was shot in the chest but survived.
Police believe that the shooters thought they were firing into a Moody Manor apartment claimed by the Manor Boys to take down a member of the Cherry Woodz, a gang at the Greenbelt Place apartments.
The three men are currently in custody at the Lucas County jail in lieu of $500,000 bonds.
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