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Police Look for Video of Juneteenth Festival After Child Is Shot
UPDATE: (Kellie Hanna) Columbus police assault squad is asking everyone who was at the Juneteenth Festival to look and see if you have any video on your phones or tablets that might have clues on it as to what happened during the shooting.
They say they have a 15-year-old in custody and have charged him with felonious assault.
Detectives say they want to see if there are any other suspects involved in the shooting that hit an 11-year-old in the leg.
COLUMBUS (Jen French) - The Juneteenth Festival at Franklin Park has been shut down for the weekend, after a child was accidentally shot.
Around 7:00, witnesses say they saw commotion near the park's amphitheater and heard gunshots.
Detectives say a 11-year old boy was struck in the leg during the crossfire. He was taken to an area hospital in stable condition. He is expected to survive.
"(I saw) kids just running out here - starting fights as then later on I heard gun shots," Krystal Coleman said, vendor.
Amber Ingram arrived at the festival after the shooting. She was turned away.
"I have a child of my own and just to know that this is a family event and then someone got hurt and that's why it got shut down- it's very scary," Ingram said.
Columbus police say two people are being questioned, but no arrest is expected to be made Saturday night.