3 Sought in Killing of Fort Worth 12-Year-Old

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    Police are searching for three people they say participated in a shooting at a house that left a 12-year-old dead and a sleeping teenager injured.

    Fort Worth police announced Monday that a high-powered rifle was among the weapons used in the June 1 shooting. They said at least two people exited a vehicle and fired on the home.

    Heartbroken Parent Seeks Answers After Shooting

    [DFW]Heartbroken Parent Seeks Answers After Shooting
    After a drive-by shooting claimed the life of her 12-year-old son, a North Texas mother is searching for answers. (Published Monday, June 3, 2013)

    James Hardemon was standing in front of the home and was shot multiple times. He died two days later.

    A 16-year-old sleeping inside also was shot. A number of people inside, including two children, were unharmed.

    Family Mourns Boy Killed in Fort Worth Drive-By Shooting

    [DFW] Family Mourns Boy Killed in Fort Worth Drive-By Shooting
    James Hardemon, a student at Dunbar Middle School, was shot in the face and killed while standing outside his house on Eastover Avenue early Sunday morning. He was chatting with his younger brother. (Published Monday, June 3, 2013)

    Police said 23-year-old Daniel Anderson was arrested last week. He's being held at the Mansfield jail on $100,000 bond. There's no online jail listing for a defense attorney.

    Authorities did not identify the three others being sought.