Bullet grazes toddler in north Charlotte hotel room, teen charged

Davione Robinson, 19, was charged with accidentally firing a gun that grazed a three-year-old, police say. (CMPD)

A toddler was injured after being grazed by a bullet in a north Charlotte shooting, according to CMPD.

Davione Robinson, 19, was charged with accidentally firing a gun and injuring a three-year-old. Robinson also sustained injuries.

On Friday officers were called to the 4300 block of Old Interstate Road for an assault with a deadly weapon around 8:05 p.m.

They found a three-year-old boy who had been grazed on his head by a bullet and Robinson, grazed on the shoulder, while staying in a hotel room. The three-year-old was taken to the hospital for treatment. 

The boys' mother was in room with them.

Robinson faces multiple charges including child abuse and drug posession. He also has a criminal history including possession of a stolen weapon and resisting arrest.