Evidence released in shooting of 15-year-old Danielle Sampson

Tyrone Mosby charged with attempted first-degree murder

PINE HILLS, Fla. - The State Attorney's Office has released new evidence on Monday against the man charged in the shooting of a 15-year-old girl in Pine Hills that left her in a coma on life support.

Tyrone Mosby, 19, has been charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder in the shooting of Danielle Sampson and for his intended victim. Sampson was hit by a stray bullet in the crossfire between two cars while riding in a van with her family on Powers Drive and North Lane on July 29.

In the evidence, the victim identified Mosby in a photo lineup and told police that when he arrived at his house, a charcoal SUV was in front of his house and someone fired three shots. The victim pursued and then saw someone else get in the car before the car sped away. The victim then heard 10 shots coming from the car at Powers Drive and North Lane.

Witnesses told police that Mosby and friends bought a pound of marijuana from the intended victim and went to rob the dealer to retaliate because they didn't like the marijuana. Witnesses also say they don't believe Mosby was the shooter and that several others were named as having a part in the crime. No other arrests or charges have been made.

Police were able to piece together what happened that night by obtaining hundreds of pages of cellphone records to confirm Mosby was in the area of the shooting, along with getting records from Facebook and Twitter pages to find witnesses.

Sampson was transferred to an acute rehabilitation center where her family can learn how to take care of her. Her family is holding events to raise money for Sampson's medical bills from being hospitalized since the July shooting.

A judge rejected Mosby's request for bond in September. He has previously been arrested on charges of attempted murder, robbery and aggravated battery.

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