LAS VEGAS – Four people were arrested for a gunshot last month that badly injured a kid. The Henderson Police Department arrested Ka’Miya Hamelton (23), Antoneyo Hamelton (23), and Lisa Lang (44) on June 28, the day of the 800 block of Seven Hills Drive shooting.
The FBI Criminal Apprehension Team arrested 21-year-old D’Angelo Hamelton on July 13. A second victim was stabbed numerous times and self-transported to a neighboring hospital in stable condition after the shooting.
Ka’Miya Hamelton, Antoneyo Hamelton, D’Angelo Hamelton, and Lang (also known as Katrease Lisa Lang) are charged with conspiracy to commit murder and two counts each of attempted murder with a deadly weapon enhancement and battery with a deadly weapon causing substantial bodily harm.
Ka’Miya Hamelton posted a $20,000 surety bond, while Antoneyo and Lang posted $30,000 bonds. All three have a July 27 Henderson court date.
D’Angelo Hamelton remains in detention at the Clark County Detention Center and will appear in court on August 2. Authorities are still investigating the situation.
Credits: Review Journal
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