Family and friends of a pregnant teen killed by a stray bullet at an apartment complex last month gathered to remember her, Saturday.

A funeral was held Saturday at noon at First Missionary Baptist Church for Sonja Harrison.

The 14-year-old was babysitting her nephews at her sister’s apartment at 532 Cleveland Avenue in southwest Atlanta on Nov. 19 when a bullet flew into the living room from the unit above, hitting her in the head.

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 According to police, there were several other children in the apartment at the time, including a 1-year-old, 2-year-old, 4-year-old and 17-year-old.

Souleymane Diallo, 20, is facing felony murder, second-degree murder, possession of a firearm during a felony, aggravated assault and cruelty to children, along with feticide for the death of Harrison’s unborn child.

The suspect had a preliminary hearing Friday. A judge found probable cause to charge him with her death, and the death of her unborn baby. He will remain in jail.

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In court, Atlanta homicide detective Calvin Thomas said Diallo, who goes by the nickname “Slaughter,” was seen waving a gun around the Pavilion Place Apartments the day before the shooting.

“He was ... just recklessly pointing the gun … not necessarily at anybody, but pointing it as if he was attempting to shoot,” Thomas said. 

Harrison’s family was also in the courtroom Friday but did not make a statement to media.

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