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2012 December 24 - 12:00 am
In the early morning of Sept. 6, 2011, Tamika Wesley was enjoying a Labor Day party with the father of her infant son. It was just before 3 a.m. when the shots rang out. The bullet struck 26-year-old Terence Ware in the chest. He was taken to Bronson Battle Creek but never came home, and Wesley’s son, Terence Ware III, was suddenly fatherless. His slaying remains unsolved.

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