Three Teens Arrested For Murder Of 6-Year-Old Boy

Lauren Perry
May 24, 2017

Police in MS believe they have caught the three men involved in the abduction and murder of a 6-year-old boy, who was in the backseat of his mother's vehicle when it was stolen, PEOPLE confirms.

Hinds County investigators said Kingston's mom reportedly left the Toyota running with him inside when she ran into the store.

Ebony Archie, the child's mother, collapsed and broke down in sobs when she heard the news that her son had been killed at the district attorney's office in Jackson.

The body of her 6-year-old son, Kingston Frazier, was shot to death in the backseat of his mother's vehicle, abandoned on a dead-end road in Madison County.

According to Mississippi State Police, D'Allen Tyreek Washington, 17, Dwan Diondro Wakefield, 17, and Byron McBride, 19, allegedly stole the vehicle where little Kingston Frazier was sleeping after his mother, Ebony Archie, ran into a Jackson Kroger and left her auto running around 1 a.m. early Thursday morning.

Kingston Frazier, a "scholar" at North Jackson Elementary School, was preparing to graduate from kindergarten the morning he was kidnapped and later shot to death on May 18.

The three are facing capital murder charges.

None of the three suspects have any prior convictions but said Washington was out on bond for an armed robbery arrest in Madison County.

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WJTV spoke with distraught family members who described searching for the boy through the night.

About 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Kingston's body was discovered on a dead-end road roughly 15 miles away from the grocery store.

"A 6-year-old is gone", the child's cousin, Kolby Irby, told ABC 6.

If convicted of capital murder, McBride would be the only one that could be given the death penalty.

"Sixteen to 30 are committing these crimes that you just can't take back, and to be honest with you, I don't think that they know the consequences of it". The District is providing grief counsellors to the students and staff of the school. "The bereaved family is in our prayers as we continue to seek justice for Kingston".

"It's hard to know that people out there are evil, that would kill a child", Velma Eddington, the boy's great-aunt, told The Clarion-Ledger after finding out the news. "That baby hadn't done anything to him". An alert was put out for the missing child, and relatives told WJTV they had combed the city looking for Kingston. Those people are evil.

He had no details on a motive, adding, "A 6-year-old kid, who does that?" "It is time this senseless violence end". The school principal says he was supposed to receive the school's "courage award".

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