Kinsley White: How a 6-year-old girl, parents escaped death after an angry neighbor opened fire on them

Kinsley White, Robert Louis Singletary
Kinsley White, Robert Louis Singletary

A six year old Kindergarten girl identified as Kinsley White along with her parents escaped death after an angry neighbor, Robert Louis Singletary, opened fire on them when her basketball rolled into his yard.

Kinsley White and other neighborhood children were playing on their street Tuesday evening in Gaston County, North Carolina when her neighbor Robert Louis Singletary, 24, snapped over the stray ball.

Robert Louis Singletary grew angry and ran down the street as he fired at a neighbor, they reportedly said.

Then he came back and began shooting at the family, including the young daughter who needed stitches on her face from bullet fragments.

Kinsley and her father, William White, were both seriously injured in the shooting.

According to Kinsley’s mom, at the time of the shooting, William was attempting to distract the neighbor so that other children could get away.

William was struck in the back by a bullet and remains in the hospital at this time.

Kinsley’s mother told WSOC she was outside and said she heard Singletary make a threat to her family members.

‘He looked at my husband and my daughter and told them, “I’m going to kill you,” Ashley Hilderbrand said.

She said the neighbor then chased them while shooting.

He allegedly kept firing until his gun had run out of bullets.

A manhunt has since begun for Singletary, who police and law enforcement officials say is ‘armed and dangerous’ and believed to have fled the area.

He’s been charged with four counts of first-degree attempted murder, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill or inflict serious injury, and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon, Gaston County police said.

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