Teens Ask for Smoke, Kill Woman When She Replies "Get a Job": Cops

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    Police say three teens charged in the fatal shooting of a western Pennsylvania woman targeted her after she told them to "get a job" when she saw them trying to bum a cigarette off her boyfriend.
    Beaver Falls police have charged 14-year-olds Todavia Cleckley and Marcus Velasquez and Kyle Goosby Jr., 13, with criminal homicide and other charges in Saturday's shooting of Kayla Peterson, 22. She was shot at about 3:30 p.m. that day and died in a Pittsburgh hospital two hours later.
    Goosby is in custody and his attorney says he was just "in the wrong place at the wrong time" when Velasquez -- identified as the gunman by police and Peterson's boyfriend -- opened fire.
    Beaver Falls Police Chief Charles Jones says officers are still searching for the other two
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    These poor kids never had a chance. :bigcry::bigcry:

    That mean lady shouldn't have tried to lecture them and just did what they said. Now these kids are in big trouble.

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    18 comments BEAVER FALLS -- Ellionna Bailey will probably grow up with faint memories of her mother augmented with details and stories told to her by her father and her family.
    Ellionna’s mother, Kayla Peterson, 22, was shot to death outside her Beaver Falls home Saturday afternoon, leaving the toddler wanting her mother, too young to understand what’s happened.
    Ellionna, who will turn 2 in January, clung to her father, William Bailey, Monday afternoon, alternating between crying and getting distracted looking at her reflection in a window or searching for a squirrel in a nearby tree.
    Bailey said his daughter got upset periodically over the weekend, but “today’s been real hard.” He said Ellionna keeps asking for her mother.
    “Kayla devoted her life to raising that baby,” Bailey said.
    Just before she was taken away in an ambulance, Bailey said his fiancee told him she loved him and their baby, and asked him to give her hugs.
    Bailey said he and Kayla were getting ready to move into a new house after the holidays.
    Now -- instead of planning holiday festivities, birthdays and a new house -- Bailey is trying to come to grips with what happened and planning to raise their daughter on his own.
    Many friends offered words of sympathy and support on Kayla’s Facebook page.
    Josh Delay, a local tattoo artist who knew Kayla, said he is designing memorial tattoos and planning to donate part of any proceeds to help the family. He said he’s creating several designs that include angel wings and rosaries and variations of Kayla’s name.
    Bailey said he was planning to get a tattoo in Kayla’s memory Monday night.
    Delay said he met Kayla two years ago through a neighbor. He described her as a nice person who tried to help people.
    Visitation hours for Kayla are set for 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Huntsman Funeral Home in Rochester, followed by a service at 8 p.m. in the funeral home.
    A fund has been set up for Ellionna Bailey through Huntington Bank in Rochester. Donations can be made to the Ellionna Bailey Trust Fund.
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    oops didn't see it mods please delete.