A teenager who was eight months pregnant was hit and killed by a stray bullet. We're talking with family members about what happened and the search for the person responsible, for Channel 2 Action News starting at 4 p.m. Channel 2's Audrey Washington spoke to the victim's family, who identified her as Sonja Harrison. They say she was eight months pregnant. The baby also died, her family members say. DEVELOPING: The family of the 14 year old girl, who was shot and killed inside a SW Atlanta apartment last night, gave me this picture. They tell me the teen was 8 months pregnant. I'm gathering more details now, for my report at 12pm. pic.twitter.com/Htf7wFwAMZ — Audrey Washington (@AudreyWSBTV) November 20, 2018 She was inside a unit at the Pavilion Place Apartments in southwest Atlanta when a bullet came through the ceiling and hit her, family members say. Atlanta police are still looking into whether it was all just a terrible accident. TRENDING STORIES: Jamal Bryant named as new senior pastor of New Birth Hollywood stars revolt after Brian Kemp's election; Georgia leaders fight back Woman died from wasp sting after ambulance failed to show up, family says Police responded to the scene around 6:30 p.m. Monday. The investigation into her death is ongoing. Police said just hours later, they got a call of a shooting in the same complex. They say when they arrived, they found a 21-year-old woman shot in the head.
Roslyn Baitney surely isn’t laughing all the way to the bank. The DeKalb County woman claims that Wells Fargo is responsible for losing thousands of dollars of her money after she tried to use the drive-thru deposit system at a branch on Flat Shoals Parkway in Decatur, Channel 2 Action News reported. The incident has since sparked a criminal investigation. Baitney told the news station she drove to the bank Nov. 9 with the intention of depositing nearly $9,000 in cash. She sent the money to the tellers through a tube in the drive-thru line. But after the money went up, she told the news station, the bank teller said that “this deposit is too large, you need to go on the inside.” When Baitney parked and went inside, she asked where the money was. The teller, though, indicated that she had sent the cash back down the tube, Channel 2 reported. By the time they could check, the money was gone. “The teller said, ‘I wondered why the car behind you never did a transaction, they just pulled off.’ Yes, because you gave them my money,” Baitney told Channel 2. There is a discrepancy over whether the bank teller told Baitney that she was going to send the money back down the tube. DeKalb police launched an investigation into the apparent theft. Baitney said someone also stole her driver’s license and bank card, which was with the cash in the tube. A police report suggests security video was recorded, but Wells Fargo declined to comment on it, Channel 2 reported. The bank said in a statement that they are “aware of the issue at the Chapel Square branch and are working to resolve it.” Baitney said a Wells Fargo official called Monday and told her she would have her money in full by midday Tuesday.