Wis. Girl, 11, Shot and Killed 4 Years After Starring in Anti-Gun Violence Video: 'I Don't Want to Die'



Brown was arrested on Friday and Carreon was taken into police custody on Wednesday for an unrelated crime, according to authorities. Carreon was driving a stolen car and had a loaded handgun in his waistband at the time of his arrest.

Although he is under 18, adult court has original jurisdiction over Brown due to the severity of the crime, police said.

Both teenagers are being held at the Dane County Jail.

It's unclear if Brown has obtained legal representation to speak on his behalf. Online jail records do not list an attorney for Carreon.

An investigation is ongoing and the Madison Police Department said in a statement that its Violent Crimes Unit "cannot rule out the possibility of additional arrests."

Madison Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway tweeted about the fatal shooting on Monday, writing, "We mourn the tragic loss of Anisa Scott, and work together to stem gun violence. This has to stop."

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