Brooklyn Day Mass Shooting Adult Suspects Set for Hearing

BALTIMORE, MD – A hearing has been scheduled for the adult suspects involved in the mass shooting that took place during the annual block party known as “Brooklyn Day” in Baltimore’s Brooklyn Homes neighborhood. The shooting occurred in the early morning hours of July 2, 2023 and resulted in the deaths of 20-year-old Kylis Fagbemi and 18-year-old Aaliyah Gonzales, as well as injuries to several other victims ranging in age from 13 to 32 years old.

Two adult suspects, identified as Jackson and Brown, are facing a series of charges related to the shooting, including conspiracy to commit murder and attempted first degree murder. In addition to the adult suspects, three other individuals involved in the case are juveniles, and information about the status of their cases has been sealed.

The shooting sent shockwaves through the Brooklyn Homes neighborhood, and the upcoming hearing for the adult suspects is expected to draw significant attention from the community. The tragic events of that day have had a lasting impact on the neighborhood and the families of the victims, and the hearing will be an important step in the ongoing legal process.

As the community continues to grapple with the aftermath of the shooting, there is a heightened sense of urgency to address the issue of gun violence and its impact on neighborhoods like Brooklyn Homes. The upcoming hearing will provide an opportunity for the justice system to address the events of that fateful day and for the community to come together in support of the victims and their families.

The mass shooting during “Brooklyn Day” in the Brooklyn Homes neighborhood of Baltimore remains a tragic and heartbreaking event. As the legal process moves forward, the community is hopeful for a sense of closure and justice for the victims and their loved ones.