The father of a 1-year-old boy shot to death in his stroller Sunday night is still not cooperating with police.
Anthony Hennis was pushing his son, Antiq Hennis, in a stroller across a street in the Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn when a gunman opened fire. The infant was struck in the head and killed.
Police said the shooting may have been gang-related and that the father was the possible target. So far Hennis, who has a criminal record, has refused to help detectives investigating the murder.
"He's going to be talked to today. But up until this point, we haven't received cooperation from him," Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Tuesday morning. He was responding to questions after a press conference to announce a new anti-truancy initiative.
Kelly said police are still investigating and have received some tips.
With reports from the Associated Press.