N.Y.C. Dad Was Fatally Shot While Holding Hands with Daughter on Street — and 3 Men Are Arrested
A motive has not been disclosed
Three men have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the July 5 daytime drive-by shooting of a father who was crossing the street with his 6-year-old daughter.
Surveillance footage of 29-year-old Anthony Robinson's murder shows him crossing the street in the Bronx, hand-in-hand with the little girl.
As the father and daughter were nearing the curb, a vehicle pulled up alongside them. The footage shows a person from the passenger-side window aiming a gun.
At least one bullet strikes Robinson, who drops to the pavement; his daughter, confused, is seen fleeing alone.
The girl was unharmed, according to police.
The shooting occurred at the intersection of Sheridan Avenue and East 170th Street.
A motive has not been disclosed.
PEOPLE confirms that NYPD officers have apprehended Davon Delks, 21, Devon Vines, 27, and Laquan Heyward, 25, on Thursday.
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All three suspects are charged with murder.
They are being held without bond. Attorney information for them was not immediately available, and none of the three suspects have entered a plea.