A teenager in Houston was shot and killed while carrying a toy that looked like an AR-15: reports




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  • 2020-10-17 18:50:08Z
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A teenager in Houston was shot and killed while carrying a toy that looked like an AR-15: reports
A teenager in Houston was shot and killed while carrying a toy that looked like an AR-15: reports  
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