Authorities will plaque a new large mammal project at the OC Zoo to commemorate the six-year-old Aiden Leo, who was killed in the wrath of a road allegedly shot along the Orange 55 highway last month.
The details of the plaque, specifically where it will be placed on Friday, were not immediately known, but a Monday reporter attended by Leo’s family Orange County supervisor Don Wagner and OC Parks Zoo staff. Further announcements may be made at the press conference.
The dedication was arranged by Wagner’s office in collaboration with OC Parks.
Leo was sitting in the booster seat at the back of his mother’s car when a passenger in another car fired at least once after a dispute over an unsafe lane change at 55 near Chapman Avenue on May 21. It was.
The bullet broke the trunk and Aiden’s booster seat and hit him behind. He later died in the hospital.
Costa Mesa’s Markus Anthony Ellis, 24, and Win Lee, 23, were arrested at home on June 6. Hiding the facts and the firearms in the car, officials said.
They are due to appear in court on June 18, where they may enter the plea of the indictment.
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