Cleveland Smelley and Antoine Smelley pleaded guilty to charges in the shooting death of a 2-year-old Detroit girl. Makanzee Oldham died in a hospital days after she was shot May 25, 2016 while she sat in a vehicle in the 14000 block of Fairmont Street. A fight broke out, police said, and Makanzee was struck by gunfire. Three men were charged in her murder. Cleveland Smelley, the accused gunman, his brother Antoine Smelley and Deonta Bennett faced eight counts of assault with the intent to murder. Cleveland Smelley also faced a felony firearm charge (second offense). Antoine Smelley faced a felony firearm charge and a felonious assault charge. The Smelley brothers both pleaded guilty to second degree murder. Cleveland Smelley also pleaded guilty to the felony firearm charge (second offense), which means he faces a mandatory 5 years in prison in addition to what he will face for the second degree murder charge. Antoine Smelley also pleaded guilty to his felony firearm charge and faces a mandatory 2 years in prison in addition to his second degree murder sentencing.