BROOKLYN - The men accused in the deadly shooting of a Brownsville toddler were arraigned on murder charges today.
Antiq Hennis, 1, was shot in the head last month while being pushed in a stroller by his father, who police say was the intended target.
Accused gunman Daquan Breland and his accomplice Daquan Wright showed little emotion as their attorneys entered pleas of not guilty on their behalf.
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Both men have been in custody since they were arrested last month in Pennsylvania. Police say Wright handed Breland a gun to shoot Anthony Hennis on Sept. 1, but Breland ended up hitting Antiq when the shots were fired.
The two suspects are being charged with criminal possession of a weapon, and Breland is facing a second-degree murder charge. If convicted, the accused shooter is facing 25 years to life and his accomplice is facing up to 15 years behind bars.