Family and friends surround one-year-old Maleah Williams's mother Tylena Williams, second from left, and Maleah's grandmother, Clarissa Farrington, next, during a candlelight remembrance of Maleah January 1, 2016 evening at the Trinity Court apartments in Chapel Hill. Maleah was playing outside of one of the buildings at Trinity Court on Christmas Day, December 25, 2015 and was shot in the head in a drive by shooting. Maleah died the following Monday of her wounds.
Family and friends surround one-year-old Maleah Williams's mother Tylena Williams, second from left, and Maleah's grandmother, Clarissa Farrington, next, during a candlelight remembrance of Maleah January 1, 2016 evening at the Trinity Court apartments in Chapel Hill. Maleah was playing outside of one of the buildings at Trinity Court on Christmas Day, December 25, 2015 and was shot in the head in a drive by shooting. Maleah died the following Monday of her wounds. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Family and friends surround one-year-old Maleah Williams's mother Tylena Williams, second from left, and Maleah's grandmother, Clarissa Farrington, next, during a candlelight remembrance of Maleah January 1, 2016 evening at the Trinity Court apartments in Chapel Hill. Maleah was playing outside of one of the buildings at Trinity Court on Christmas Day, December 25, 2015 and was shot in the head in a drive by shooting. Maleah died the following Monday of her wounds. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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