By Wesley Lowery, Kimbriell Kelly and Steven Rich, washingtonpost.com
Nearly a year after Aice Jackman was gunned down in the street, his mother and 5-year-old brother walked into a Dunkin’ Donuts, where the boy spotted a pit bull puppy and dashed over to pet it.
Kaiesha Skinner’s gaze followed her young son and then settled on the man holding the leash. Their eyes met. She froze: It was the same man who she believes killed Jackman.
She grabbed her youngest son’s hand, yanking him away from the man and back to their car.
“We all know who shot my son,” Skinner said later. “They just haven’t arrested him.”