Arkeen “A.J.” Brumfield was a bright schoolboy, a budding ladies’ man who always made sure that his clothes looked neat and his hair was... Garden City child fatally shot amid pandemic rise in domestic violence

Arkeen “A.J.” Brumfield was a bright schoolboy, a budding ladies’ man who always made sure that his clothes looked neat and his hair was perfect before leaving his family’s Garden City home. Inside that house on the evening of April 12 — as Georgia residents sheltered at home while the first wave of COVID-19 crashed over America and domestic-violence rates rose worldwide — a gunshot struck 11-year-old A.J. in the forehead.

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