BROOKLYN, Ohio (WJW) – Brooklyn police announced late Monday morning that the woman who called police saying her son had been shot has been arrested for first-degree murder.
According to a press release, officers were dispatched to the Fairfield Inn and Suites on Tiedeman Rd. on a complaint of a shots fired Saturday around 7 a.m.
Daneicha Bringht told officers that someone shot her and her son in her hotel room and left about 30 minutes prior to her calling police.
Officers found a 6-year-old boy with gunshot wounds in the room.
Brooklyn officers performed CPR. The child died at the hospital.
He’s been identified as Kaamir Bringht of Parma.
The child’s mother was also treated at the hospital. Police did not say what her injury was.
Daneicha Bringht, 30, was arrested Saturday.
Police announced the charge of first degree murder Monday.
Daneicha Bringht was video arraigned in Parma Municipal Court Monday.
Bringht’s left hand and armed was bandaged.
No plea was taken at the arraignment because she is facing a felony charge of aggravated murder.
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is assisting in the case.