Missing 13-Year-Old Was Found Shot at the Mouth at Philadelphia. Her Family Wants Answers.
Investigators in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania identified that a murder victim on Saturday as a 13-year-old woman who went missing a year ago. The household Alezauna Carter is calling for answers.
Subsequently 12, she was last seen on October 12 in southwest Philadelphia near the 7100 block of Theodore Street, and was reported missing the next month, based on Fox 29 Philadelphia. During a vigil on Tuesday, Alezauna’s mother said the child ran away. As the socket paraphrased it, there were”scenarios” that made it Carter”was not able to be home” Police said Carter ran away many times from defense and parental care.
The research ended in tragedy last month, even though it would take some days for authorities to realize that. A female victim was found shot at the mouth at a first-floor apartment about the 1500 block of Overington Street in the neighborhood of Frankford, that will be in the northeast section of Philadelphia.
Police released surveillance footage the day following the murder, constituting an individual they described as a defendant.
The victim was eventually identified on Saturday as Carter.
“She’s a strong woman, but she didn’t deserve this,” said her mother Trisha. “Not at all.”
“They think out cause at the road, she doing anything terrible,” Carter’s cousin explained at the vigil. “Nah, people simply hang round the wrong group of individuals.”
“There is nothing you can do as a parent to prepare you for something similar to this,” said grandfather William Orr, based on WPVI. “We all live down South Philly and southwest, therefore I don’t have any clue how she managed to find her way down to the neighborhood.”
[Screengrab through Jaclyn Lee / / @JaclynLeeTV]
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