CAPITOL HEIGHTS, Md. - Surveillance video obtained by FOX 5 shows the moment a young pregnant teen was shot in Prince George's County last week in a violent incident that left her dead and her unborn baby clinging to life before being delivered at a nearby hospital.
In the video, Quinones and another woman can be seen walking on Southern Avenue near the Prince George's County and D.C. line Tuesday around 5 p.m.
A group of several people are hanging out around a car near the corner of Quinn St. Quinones and her friend walk past, seemingly without noticing them, but about 15 seconds later, the two come running back across the street as if someone called or texted them.
They go up to the people around the car greeting them and even giving at least one person a hug.
As the women walk away, a man in the group wearing a white hoodie raises a gun and opens fire. The women start to run.
Police told FOX 5 they identified the shooter as Malik Johnson. The people with him, including his brother, Michael, don't seem to have much of a reaction to the shooting. Malik then walks away going the opposite direction on Southern Avenue.
Malik, 21, his brother, Michael, 22, and Bianca McDuffie were arrested, officials announced Sunday.
Investigators would not say if McDuffie was also at the scene. She and Michael are charged with accessory to first-degree murder.
Malik Johnson is charged with first and second degree murder for the fatal shooting of Quinones, as well as two counts of attempted first and second degree murder in connection with the surviving female shooting victim and the newborn baby.
Officials said Michael is believed to be the baby's father. The motive remains under investigation.
Following the shooting, Quinones and the surviving female victim ran down Southern Avenue into Southeast D.C. near the intersection of Rail Street where they were spotted by D.C. police.
Police say Quinones was taken to an area hospital where her unborn baby was delivered during emergency surgery. Officials say Quinones died from her injuries a short time later. Her baby remains hospitalized and is expected to survive.
Michael Johnson, Malik Johnson, Bianca McDuffie (l to r) (Prince George's Co. Police)
Family gathered where it happened for a vigil Sunday evening.
"She was definitely looking forward to being a mom," said Quinones' mother, Christina Dews.
Family described Quinones as a happy young woman with a good spirit.
"No matter how bad my day was going, she always found some way to make me smile, make me laugh," said Quinones' older sister.
Dews said her daughter didn't deserve this.
"The violence has increased in Prince George's County and in Washington, D.C., said Dews. "We have to do something about it."
In Prince George's County, homicides are up 100 percent for the first three months of the year, Watts says. In D.C. they are up 41 percent through April 23.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the Homicide Unit at 301-516-2512. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477).