CHICAGO (AP) — Federal charges have been filed against a Chicago man in the carjacking and killing of a ride-share driver earlier this year. Edmond Harris was charged Friday with carjacking, discharging a firearm during a violent crime and causing death through the use of a firearm. The 18-year-old Harris faces from 10 years in prison to death if convicted. Javier Ramos, a 46-year-old Uber driver, was shot to death early on March 23 after he dropped off his passenger. The person fled the scene in Ramos’ auto. Ramos later died in Mount Sinai Hospital. Prosecutors say Harris was arrested Friday morning.
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