WASHINGTON — A District of Columbia man is being held without bond in the fatal shooting a 17-year-old girl.

Twenty-one-year-old Philip Carlos McDaniel is facing charged in the shooting of Jamahri Sydor.

Sydor was a recent graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, where she a cheerleader and choir member.

Authorities say Sydor was hit by gunfire Thursday afternoon while driving in Northeast Washington. She died of her injuries Saturday.

McDaniel is scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing on Aug. 28.

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