Sister Slain: Twin Killed In the Crossfire Of Cleveland Gunfire

Cleveland, OH - A teenage girl is dead after she was caught in the crossfire of a shooting on the city's Eastside late Thursday afternoon.

18-year-old Joy Cranfield fatally wounded when shots were fired at someone standing in her vicinity.

Cranfield was shot twice in the stomach and died in surgery at Metro.

19 Action News has learned an argument erupted between two groups at East Tech High School spilled over onto city streets.

The suspects apparently rode up on bikes to E. 40th & Central and opened fire.

The bullets missed their intended target and hit Cranfield instead.

The thugs took off on their bikes after the shooting - and even went as far as to try and get rid of the evidence.

Police were able to recover it with the help of witnesses.

16-year-old Daron Grant was arrested at the scene while 17-year-old Marcus Cammon surrendered hours later at the Justice Center.

Both Grant and Cammon were charged with murder, felonious assault, and tampering with evidence.

Cranfield's twin sister, Jazmine, struggling to come to terms with the loss of her sister.

She and her sister loved to sing - and even released a CD together.