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A 15-year-old girl in Little Rock, Arkansas, is dead, police say, because of a prank that went horribly and tragically wrong.Adrian Broadway was shot in the head and died early Saturday morning.She was with a group of teenagers who had gone to a house to do a “retaliation” prank on another teen who’d done a prank on them on Halloween, according to the Little Rock Police Department.

The teenagers told police they had thrown toilet paper, eggs and mayonnaise on a car parked there.
Friends, family remember prank victim As they were leaving, a man came out of the house and opened fire.Broadway was struck in the head and died.Another teenager, the driver, suffered injuries to his right arm. He was transported to a hospital, where he was treated and released.

“When those kids left to go out and do this, they — by no means — did any one of them think that this was going to be a horrible event,” Lt. Sidney Allen told CNN affiliate KARK. “They didn’t think that it would end up being a deadly prank.”Police have identified the shooting suspect as 48-year-old Willie Noble. He was charged with one count of first-degree murder, one count of a terroristic act and five counts of aggravated assault.

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