An 18-year-old woman died and her 16-year-old sister was wounded after they were hit by bullets while looking out of their Dallas apartment window.
Nequacia Jacobs and her younger sister, currently unidentified, were taken to the hospital immediately, according to CBS.
Jacobs died from her severe injuries while her sister remains in critical condition.
The two victims were inside their apartment on Highland Hills Drive when they heard a disturbance outside and looked out their window on the second floor.
Police have released photos of a suspect vehicle and described it as a white Dodge Charger with tinted windows and white rear spoiler. It is believed to be between a 2005 and 2010 model with stock black tires.
They also described the suspect in the shooting as a black male wearing a dark-color hoodie with a distinct logo on the back and writing on the left sleeve.
No arrests have been made yet.
A fellow resident said she heard a disturbance outside. ‘I heard the gunshots and I heard the kids screaming,’ Kimberly Brown said.
‘It’s heartbreaking. I could hardly get myself together last night because I was thinking about the kids.’
Neighbors and friends sent their condolences by adorning the girls’ apartment with notes, balloons and flowers.
‘This is going to affect everybody. We’re in total shock,’ said resident Rachel Lewis.
Lewis remembers the first time she met Jacobs when she interviewed the 18-year-old for a job at Wendy’s.
‘She didn’t have any work experience, but her smile… She was just willing to learn. I said, “I’m going to make sure you get hired.” She’s been there ever since,’ said Lewis.
Lewis also said Jacobs was her daughter’s classmate and friend. Jacobs was about to graduate from high school.
‘We will miss her a lot. I know a lot of people who still work at Wendy’s are devastated,’ said Lewis.
Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to call police at 214.671.3701.
By By MICHELLE GANNEY FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
Dallas church hands out gift cards to church members now furloughed during shutdown
DALLAS, Texas — The Concord Church in Dallas extended a helping hand to about 100 church members Sunday who are also federal employees and not working as the government remains shut down for the 23rd day.
The government was officially shut down on December 22, 2018.
The reason why is centered on President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to build a wall along the Mexico border.
Trump wanted more than $5 billion to start construction of the wall, but he, Republican leadership, and Democrats can’t come to an agreement about those funds.
Tough decisions are now staring thousands of families living paycheck to paycheck in the face.
Over 800,000 employees have either been furloughed or must continue working without pay.
A majority of employees received a final paycheck last Friday, but for most, it was only half of what they normally get paid.
Senior Pastor Bryan Carter knows that. During a service this morning, he asked anyone in the church who is a federal employee or a family member of a federal employee to stand up.
After that, he invited all those standing to the altar to be prayed over.
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BEER BARON: Man steals five cases of beer from Arlington store
ARLINGTON, Texas – Police are looking for a beer baron who stole several cases of beer from a convenience store.
Arlington PD tweeted pictures Wednesday of the man who stole five cases of Bud Light from a store in the 5000 block of Little School Road.
Police say the suspect got away in a gray Dodge truck.
Anyone who recognizes him is urged to call Det. Thompson at 817-459-6054 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a textbook definition of a beer run. This beer baron swiped 5 cases from a convenience store in the 5000 block of Little School Road and took off. He left in a Gray Dodge truck. ? Det. Thompson if you recognize him, 817-459-6054 or email, email@example.com pic.twitter.com/un3So55wB1
— Arlington Police, TX (@ArlingtonPD) October 17, 2018
Botham Jean’s Parents Meet With Dallas County District Attorney
The parents of the man killed in his own apartment by a now-former Dallas police officer met for around three hours with Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson Tuesday for an update on the case.
Botham Jean was shot by off-duty officer Amber Guyger, who said she thought she was in her own apartment at the time and that Jean was a burglar.
District Attorney Faith Johnson has promised to conduct her own investigation and present the findings to a grand jury, which will decide what charges should go to trial.
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