Pa. man killed ex-girlfriend as their baby slept in crib nearby, police say

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(AP) HARRISBURG, Pa. - Police say a central Pennsylvania man shot and killed his estranged girlfriend while their 4-month-old son slept in a crib nearby.

Harrisburg police say a man who was in 21-year-old Adreanne Evans' apartment on Thursday was also shot by her ex, 36-year-old Lagenza Junious.

Her companion was also shot in the head and remains hospitalized.

Junious surrendered to police a short time later. Authorities say he and Evans lived in the same building and were recently in a relationship.

The Patriot-News of Harrisburg reports a Junious allegedly told Evans, "If I can't have you, nobody will," before he opened fire.

Junious didn't answer questions after his arraignment. He faces murder and other charges.