Child Wanted For Murder: Where Is Jarrell Milton?

Authorities in Omaha, Nebraska are looking for 12-year-old Jarrell Milton, but this preteen isn’t an ordinary missing child. He is currently being sought on a first-degree murder charge stemming from an incident that took place last month. NBC News reports that the 12-year-old boy was one of three boys who are being held responsible in the death of a 31-year-old man.

Milton is accused along with his older brother Jamar and another accomplice named Shuntayvious Primes-Willis. The three boys are accused of shooting 30-year-old Charles Fisher and 31-year-old Jamymell Ray. Charles Fisher was treated for his gunshot wounds, but Ray was not fortunate enough. He succumbed to his injuries and died. 1010 HD News reports that the two other boys charged with killing Ray have been denied bond. Meanwhile, the search for 12-year-old Jarrell Milton continues, but where is he?

The details of the shooting are shocking. The Daily Mail reports that 12-year-old Jarrell and the two other boys shot their two victims in broad daylight last month in a park where other people were enjoying their day. What would have been a relaxing summer day became a day for horror for both Jamymell Ray and Charles Fisher, along with witnesses who saw them get shot.

Authorities in Omaha believe that the three boys lured their alleged victims to the park where they were shot. This adds a diabolical level of planning to the murder that describes the first-degree murder charge that all three boys have been given. All three boys, including 12-year-old Jarrell Milton, have been charged as adults.



While authorities search for their young murder suspect, social media is lighting up with activity about this case. Flyers are circulating in hopes of locating the young preteen, while others debate on whether or not this child bears adult responsibility for his alleged actions.

If you know anything about the whereabouts of Jarrell Milton, please do not hesitate to contact the authorities in Omaha at (402) 444-5600.

[Photo: Omaha Police mugshot/Jarrell Milton]