Philly father of 3-year-old child shot in conduct by his hermit arrested

The father of a 3-year-old child who was shot in the conduct by his older hermit was arrested Sunday.

Sirhaven Williams, 36, was charged with endangering the gratification of a child in the 3 p.m. Saturday Philadelphia sharpened that left his youngest son critically injured.

The 6-year-old hermit had managed to get to the gun and non-stop fire on his little brother, attack him on his front while they were in their Tioga-Nicetown home, police said.

The kid was taken to Temple University Hospital where he remained in vicious condition Sunday.

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Police trust the two boys and their 12-year-old hermit were home alone but adults in sight, WPVI-TV reported.

It wasn’t immediately famous how the child got entrance to a gun or because the children were alone in the home.

Neighbors were repelled to learn about the comfortless shooting.

“When we listened about the little boy, my heart just pennyless down,” neighbor Marainda Stewart told KYW-TV. “I just felt bad. I’m praying to God that the little child creates it through.”

“It’s disturbing and we wish and urge that he’s going to be alright,” Charlene Aiken, who lives next to the scene, told WPVI. “They’re honeyed kids. we saw them the other day, but we didn’t see them today.”

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