4-Year-Old Chicago Girl Shot In Head Leaves Hospital, Can’t Move Hand

A 4-year-old Chicago toddler is currently recovering from a near fatal gunshot wound to her head. Jacele Johnson was shot Friday, May 22 during a drive-by shooting that also left a 17-year-old cousin and 15-year-old family friend injured. Little Jacele has since left the hospital and is improving, ABC 7 Chicago reports.

Jacele’s mother Trenetta Gresham says her daughter is speaking and able to recognize family.

“She’s talking, she knows everyone that’s around, she’s so alert,” she said. “It’s like she’s tying to make herself better.”

Jacele is not yet able to use her right hand.

Gresham made a plea for the gun violence end in Chicago.

“Please, please, please, stop. Because I could be burying my daughter today instead of sitting here,” she said.

An $11,000 reward has been offered information leading to the arrest of whoever was responsible.

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