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Sixth suspect charged in Chicago teen's death

CHICAGO – Another suspect has been charged in this week’s shooting death of a 14-year-old Chicago girl.

In a news release, police say 43-year-old Floyd Evans is charged with illegally receiving a firearm – the gun that was used to kill Endia Martin on Monday.

A 14-year-old girl suspected of firing the weapon is charged with murder, as is her uncle, who’s accused of bringing her the gun.

The original gun owner is charged with illegally selling the weapon to Evans and falsely reporting it stolen to police.

The suspected shooter’s aunt is charged with mob action and obstruction of justice.

She’s accused of failing to call police to stop the fight and impeding the investigation.

A 17-year-old is charged with hiding the gun after the shooting.

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