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Authorities in New Jersey have arrested 3 people in connection with a Fourth of July drive-by shooting that killed a 10-year-old child named Jasayde Holder.
Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae stated on Thursday that the men were charged on Wednesday for their roles in the death of Jasayde Holder and another shooting earlier that day in Vineland.
The notice made no mention of who the men were shooting at or the circumstances surrounding the other gunshot, which occurred on Francine Drive.
Jasayde Holder was killed after she was hit by gunshots on West Earl Drive on Sunday.
The man who pulled the trigger is still being sought by the police. According to her obituary, the Barse pupil, who was set to begin fifth grade in September, was a creative child who created her own animations and short stories.
#BREAKING: 3 people have been arrested in connection with the shooting death of 10-year-old Jasayde Holder in Vineland, NJ on July 4th. Holder was visiting her grandmother’s house when she was killed in a drive-by shooting.https://t.co/KiAcZSyXOT pic.twitter.com/sGnL8C9wtR
— Brandon Longo (@brandonlongo) July 15, 2021
According to the announcement, Jasayde adored spending time in her grandmother’s garden and sitting on the swing that her grandfather made.
She was 10 years old.
Three Man Charged Full Details
William Harris, 28, has been charged with first-degree murder and aggravated manslaughter, while Xavier Bogan, 20, and Karonjah Witt, 28, have been charged with murder conspiracy.
According to the prosecutor’s office, all three are charged with weapons possession.
On July 4, Jasayde was shot at her grandmother’s home on West Earl Drive at 11:15 p.m. and died as a result of her injuries.
According to the prosecutor’s office, she had just completed fourth grade at Dane Barse School. John Ventura, a local, told ABC 6, “I guess something like this can happen anywhere really,”
“Unfortunately it happened here, and unfortunately that little girl’s life is gone.”