Chicago police have charged a man with murder for the March slaying of a six-month-old girl. Jonylah Watkins was shot and killed on Mar. 11 as she sat in her father Jonathan Watkins' lap inside of a minivan. According to authorities, her father was the intended target. Koman Willis has been charged with first-degree murder and aggravated battery with a firearm.

Local authorities utilized a great deal of resources to locate the 34-year-old Willis, and while Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy says that Watkins cooperated with investigators, he notes that the man could've been "a lot more" helpful in assisting police with finding his daughter's murderer. 

This could be a result hesitation to cooperate with police, even when it involves rivals or tragedies.

[via NY Post]

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