Texans' DeAndre Hopkins pledges playoff game check to family of Jazmine Barnes

Texans' DeAndre Hopkins pledges playoff game check to family of Jazmine Barnes

"We didn't do anything wrong to this man".

Washington said she kept passing out during the wait for help.

"I hate to hear what happened".

Investigators remain focused on finding the suspect, Gonzalez said.

The shooting occurred early Sunday east of Houston, while Barnes, who is black, was riding in a auto with her mother and three siblings.

The two former college classmates, who have worked on other cases, joined again to raise a reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in the early Sunday drive-by shooting of Jazmine Barnes in the Houston area.

"We're continuing to proceed with different strategies to try and find this coward of a killer", explained Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez at a Thursday night press briefing.

Jazmine's mother LaPorsha Washington said the gunman looked "sick".

She said one of her daughters pointed to Jazmine's lifeless body, and that was when she realized her 7-year-old was shot in the head. "But he's taking innocent lives and that's not fair".

- Investigators now say that they've received many potential leads since releasing the suspect sketch in the Jazmine Barnes murder case. Thin white man, 30's-40's, in a red pickup. It was like that, ' she said.

"It was like a look into his auto".

Police had a gun buyback program in Baltimore where I live a few weeks ago and a person passed in a rocket launcher - a real rocket launcher and still the NRA Second Amendment nuts, gun apologizers and too many gutless, soulless politicians won't admit that America has a gun problem cocktailed with an unhealthy dose of domestic terrorism. Houston Texans' wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal have both reportedly offered to donate to the child's funeral, which is planned for Tuesday.

The Texans will host the Indianapolis Colts at 4:35pm this Saturday, January 5.

Update 12/31/2018: The identity of the 7-year-old girl who was fatally shot outside of a Houston Walmart was revealed as Jazmine Barnes. The City of Houston is always supportive of me, of this team.

Jazmine Barnes and an image of the red truck from which the shots were fired. You can find the information on the Facebook post below.

Along with the reward money, a Go Fund Me account has been established to assist with Jazmine's funeral. "It's going to have to be him". "On Saturday, I will be playing in your honor, Jazmine". I don't care how long it takes. "He's going to turn himself in", Washington said. She liked the color purple and dressing up in her mother's clothes.

"I didn't provoke him in any kind of way", the mother said.

Washington's hand was in a sling as she sat in her home Thursday. "She does not stop". She said he must have known there was a woman and three children inside. She said she would miss her "beautiful smile".

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