Teenager Shot on Halloween in Georgetown Dies

Juvenile had been shot in the head

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    Tyronn Vincent Garner, 17, of southeast D.C., died from shooting injuries on Halloween night in Georgetown. (Published Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011)

    The 17-year-old young man shot in Georgetown on Halloween died on Monday night.

    The juvenile victim of the shooting that took place on the 2800 block of M Street has been identified as Tyronn Vincent Garner of Southeast D.C.

    Shot in Head on Halloween in Georgetown

    [DC] Shot in Head on Halloween in Georgetown
    A juvenile was shot in the head on M Street on Halloween night in Georgetown, part of a string of shootings across the District. (Published Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011)

    Investigators said the teenager was shot in the head during celebrations at the Georgetown location.

    Garner's older brother was killed in 2006, in a shooting on Alabama Avenue.

    Investigation Continues in Georgetown Shooting

    [DC] Investigation Continues in Georgetown Shooting
    Police continued to search for clues in the shooting that left a 17-year-old in critical condition on Halloween night. (Published Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011)

    Family said Tryonn Garner had just been released from the New Beginnings center, a juvenile rehabilitation facility in Laurel.  According to a family member, he was supposed to go to a drug rehabilitation program in Pennsylvania, but because of an administrative delay, he was still in D.C. on October 31.

    In total, six people were shot on Halloween night in the District.  MPD Police Chief Cathy Lanier said that although the number of shootings was high that evening, violence and shooting incidents across D.C. are down from last year.

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