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Bond set for man charged in shooting death of pregnant woman on party bus

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A man charged in the deadly shooting of a pregnant woman on a party bus in Milwaukee, made his first court appearance Thursday morning, Feb. 13. 

Prosecutors say 31-year-old Antion Haywood fired the gun that killed 33-year-old Annie Sandifer. A judge set Haywood's bond at $200,000 -- $150,000 with GPS monitoring. 

Sandifer was on a party bus near 60th and Congress on Feb. 1, when police say someone in a BMW started shooting out of the sunroof. A stray bullet hit Sandifer in the head. 

Doctors were able to save her baby. 

Police executed a search warrant at Haywood's home and say they found unspent gun cartridges matching the casings found at the crime scene. 

Haywood has been charged with first degree reckless homicide. 





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Lawrence 16 days ago
The $10k reward seems to have done the trick. Good. Now lock him up. His fun is over.
Homer 16 days ago
In Wisconsin, a black person is 22 times more likely than a white person to be fatally shot.

Why is that?

What is the ideal racial mix in a population to equalize the difference?
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