Feb. 16: Faheem dies of his wounds. The charges against Spady and Johnson are upgraded to murder the next day.
Feb. 17: Mayor Street vows to boost school safety measures, saying school shootings will automatically trigger a 72-hour police presence.
Feb. 20: Cassius Broaster, named one of the citys most dangerous men, is labeled a suspect.
Feb. 24: More than 2,500 mourners attend Faheems funeral at Deliverance Evangelistic Church.
April 10: At least 8,000 people participate in the "March to Save the Children," ending in a rally outside Peirce Elementary School.
July 6: Jerome Broaster, Cassius brother, is arrested and charged with three gun violations.
July 15: Broaster pleads guilty to an unrelated firearms charge. He is later sentenced to 33 months in prison.
March 7: The first prosecution witness in Faheems trial, Taniesha Wiggins, 18, testifies that she cant remember details of the shooting after her father tells her: "Just remember what I told you to say: I dont remember. " Assistant District Attorney Jason Bologna says: "Its
disappointing when a witness goes south."
March 8: Patricia Arnold, Faheems mother, testifies that she told her son before he left for school on the day of the shooting: "Watch out for cars, watch out for strangers, and if somebodys shooting, duck." Two additional defense witnesses "go south."
March 13: A sixth witness denies prior statements to police.
March 14: Three defense witnesses testify that Johnson and Spady were attacked by the Broaster brothers and returned fire in self-defense.
March 16: Kareem Johnson, now 22, and Kennell Spady, now 21, are convicted of first-degree murder.
Sentencing is April 28.