Police seek third suspect connected to 7-year-old Greenville boy's death

- Police in Greenville, northeast of Dallas, want to find a woman they believe is connected to last week’s murder of a 7-year-old boy.

Patricia Silva-Sullivan is wanted for tampering or fabricating evidence. Police did not say what evidence was related to the shooting death of Kaden Green.

Brooke Craig, 26, was charged with the boy’s murder. Police said she opened fire on her boyfriend’s car as he drove away with his son and two other children last Thursday afternoon.

Kaden’s father, 24-year-old Cameron Castillo, was also arrested for parole violations.

Police believe Castillo and Craig had been involved in a disturbance at the home before he got into his vehicle and headed down the street.

After the shooting, the vehicle came to a stop and Craig and a witness approached it, police said. The witness then took the boy to the hospital in another vehicle.

Police said the two other children who were in the vehicle were placed in state custody. Child Protective Services spokeswoman Marissa Gonzales said they have a 4-year-old boy and 7-year-old girl who are the siblings of Kaden in their custody.

Gonzales said Craig is not Kaden's mother. She said CPS has received a report about the boy's death and will investigate. She said the boy's family has had previous contact with CPS, but that the details are confidential.

McKinney police said Greenville police contacted them early Friday about the capital murder warrant for Craig. Officers then located her vehicle leaving a store and she fled into nearby Frisco, going through several residential areas before turning down a dead-end street, police said.

Craig and Castillo, who was her passenger, were arrested without incident after their vehicle struck a police cruiser while attempting to back up, police said.

Craig was transferred from Collin County back to Hunt County by Friday afternoon. Castillo was being held in Collin County jail Friday. Jail records did not list an attorney for either.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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