‘Why did you shoot my daddy and me? Why did you shoot a kid’s dad,’ Kinsley White, six-years-old?
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A six-year-old girl has bullet fragments in her cheek after a neighbor opened fire on her and her parents when her basketball rolled into his yard. Kinsley White and other neighborhood children were playing on their street Tuesday evening in Gaston County, North Carolina when her neighbor Robert Louis Singletary, 24, snapped over the stray ball. Singletary allegedly got mad and began firing at White and her parents, both of whom also were struck or grazed by bullets. ‘Why did you shoot my daddy and me? Why did you shoot a kid’s dad?’ Kinsley asked in an interview with WSOC, appearing with stitches in her cheek. A manhunt has since begun for Singletary, who police and law enforcement officials say is ‘armed and dangerous’ and believed to have fled the area.
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