A second suspect has been charged in the senseless shooting death of 7-year-old Jaslyn Adams of Chicago.
Demond Goudy, 21, (left) was arrested Monday and charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder.
Jaslyn was shot six times as she sat in a car with her father, Jontae Adams, at a McDonald's drive-thru. She was pronounced dead at a hospital. Jontae, who suffered a gunshot wound to the back and leg, was released from a hospital.
The first suspect, Marion Lewis, 18, was arrested over the weekend. Lewis is believed to be the getaway driver of the car the suspects fled in.
Lewis was shot by Chicago PD after he allegedly attempted to carjack a vehicle on the Eisenhower expressway. He is in jail, recovering from a gunshot wound to the arm.
Police are searching for other suspects who had beef with Jontae Adams after he allegedly urinated on the grave of a rival gang member.
In an interview after he was released from a hospital, Jontae Adams denied urinating on the grave a few days before the shooting. He claimed he couldn't have been at the cemetery because he was on house arrest at the time.