Man Suspected of Fatally Shooting Teen from Lifetime’s ‘Bring It’ Has Been Apprehended

Man Suspected of Fatally Shooting Teen from Lifetime's 'Bring It' Has Been Apprehended
Man Suspected of Fatally Shooting Teen from Lifetime's 'Bring It' Has Been Apprehended (Image: Screenshot/YouTube/InsideEdition)

A suspect in the shooting death of 16-year-old Dyshea Hall turned himself in this week in DeKalb County, Georgia, according to police.

The shooting, which occurred on June 12 in the parking area of a Kroger shopping plaza in DeKalb, Georgia, just outside Atlanta, killed Hall and injured a 17-year-old. The 16-year-old was a representative of Ms. D’s Dancing Dolls, a dance team that appeared on the Lifetime reality show Bring It! 

The alleged shooters were also involved in a shooting incident outside Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta on the same night.

In the incident at the shopping plaza, police believe that a dispute between two groups resulted in one shooting the other. In a report issued after the shooting, Atlanta police stated, “Preliminary investigation indicates that the incident stemmed from a dispute between family members that escalated to gunfire.”

DeAnthony Cullins turned himself in, police said Wednesday. He’s charged with murder and aggravated assault.

Before his arrest, Cullins was a person of interest. Police released photos of a second person of interest the day after the shooting. Their whereabouts are unknown.

Ms. D’s Dancing Dolls coach Dianna Williams created a GoFundMe for Hall’s memorial service. As of publication, the page had raised almost $5,000.

Fundraiser by DIANNA WILLIAMS : For Our DD4L- Dysheae’s Funeral Service (gofundme.com)

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