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A San Antonio teen shot in a home invasion on the northwest side has died. Police say Eric Whitaker, 19, was hanging out with friends at an apartment complex off Hausman Road Sunday when for unknown reasons the teen took off running. Friends told police Whitaker was acting strange and randomly banged on the door of Keith and Barbara Harp, trying to get inside. According to police, the Harp's thought Whitaker was trying to break into the home. Keith Harp shot the teen in the chest.Whitaker later died at University Hospital. Police don't plan to file charges against the homeowner.
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Memorial for dead Texas cheerleader set for Sunday
May 19, 2013 10:16 GMT
COLORADO CITY, Texas (AP) -- Hundreds are expected to attend a memorial for a Texas cheerleader whose remains were found more than two years after she disappeared.
Family, friends and supporters of 13-year-old Hailey Darlene Dunn will gather at Colorado Middle School on Sunday to bid a final farewell to the teenager who went missing in December 2010.
Dunn's remains were found March 16 near Lake J.B. Thomas in Scurry County, about 20 miles northwest of Dunn's hometown of Colorado City.
Authorities announced the remains were Dunn's April 26. Officials have not released a manner and cause of death. No arrests have been made.
Authorities initially named Shawn Adkins as a person of interest. He was Hailey's mother's boyfriend when the teenager disappeared. He has not been charged.
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