September 6, 2013 Newark, New Jersey (WABC) – Ali Rajohn Eric Henderson 14-year-old boy was fatally shot in Newark Wednesday evening, making him the city’s 10th homicide victim in the last 10 days. The 14-year-old boy shot and killed in a Terrell Homes at Riverview Court courtyard Wednesday night had 30 bricks of heroin and a loaded handgun in his bedroom, according to law enforcement sources and police documents.
Ali Rajohn Eric Henderson, had several prior arrests for drug possession and robbery, according to police documents and law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation who declined to be identified because they are not yet authorized to speak about the investigation.
His last contact with police was on Aug. 15, when he was arrested for possession of crack cocaine, according to the document, and he was also arrested on West Kinney Street in April for assaulting another high school student.
The shooting took place at 9 p.m. and was in the first courtyard at Riverview Terrace, authorities said. The boy was found lying on a sidewalk suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later, said Thomas Fennelly, chief prosecutor in the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office.
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