A police manhunt was underway in the Houston area for a white man accused of killing a 7-year-old Black girl in an apparently random shooting on Sunday.
The woman driver, possibly in a panic, was able to flee the scene in her auto, racing onto the nearby Belt Parkway before coming to rest on the median.
Cevilla said his daughter was "loving, caring, very passionate with people, very sweet, just a innocent young girl, very smart in school". "And as a man, you should step forward and take full responsibility for what you did to my child", Washington said.
'We're going to use all resources available to bring this killer to justice, and I urge you, whoever did this, you know who are, please turn yourself in now, ' Razo said.
Christopher Cevilla, father of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes, speaks during a news conference, Monday, Dec. 31, 2018, in Houston. Police say Jazmine Barnes was shot when the suspect pulled up next to the vehicle around 7am and opened fire for no apparent reason, ABC reports.
The sheriff said he had never met the 7-year-old but noticed her "million-dollar smile" in photographs.
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Gonzalez described the shooting as "totally unprovoked".
The girl, whom police have not yet publicly named, was killed around 7am on Sunday in a auto alongside her mother and three sisters as the vehicle exited the Walmart on Wallisville Road in northeast Houston.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office said that a man in a red pickup truck pulled up next to their vehicle and opened fire at a auto, killing Jazmine and injuring Washington. He said her mother, 30-year-old LaPorsha Washington, was wounded but survived her injury.
The motive for the shooting was not immediately clear.
A mother, daughter and three others were leaving when a male began firing into their vehicle, according to the sheriff's office.