Zaveon Willis identified as shooting victim in Railroad street
Zaveon Willis Death – On Sunday morning, a shooting in Lafayette resulted in the death of one person, and authorities are currently searching for the suspect. On Sunday just before noon, shots were fired in the 100 block of Railroad Street in Lafayette, which prompted the Lafayette Police Department to respond to the area. Officers arrived at the scene and discovered one person who had suffered multiple gunshot wounds.
Victim of the shoot identified
The deceased was pronounced dead at the scene of the shooting, and the LPD has established a crime scene to investigate the killing. The body of a man identified Zaveon Willis, age 20, from Lafayette, was discovered on Railroad Street on Sunday after officers reacted to a shooting in the surrounding area. The victim has been recognized as coming from the Lafayette Police Department.
On the scene of the crime, he was pronounced dead due to the several gunshot wounds that he had sustained. The scene is still being processed by investigators, and they are also actively searching for a suspect at this moment. It has been brought to the attention of the general public that anyone who may have information on this occurrence is strongly encouraged to call the Lafayette Police Department or Lafayette Crime Stoppers at (734) 232-TIPS.
Related topic: Phenix City woman murdered on South Railroad Street; neighbors react
The victim of a fatal gunshot on South Railroad Street has been identified, and Phenix City police are continuing their investigation. People in the victim’s circle of friends and neighbors are thinking of her. Jennifer Chambers, 27, has been identified as the victim, according to Russell County Coroner Arthur Sumbry. Officers responded to a shooting complaint early on Wednesday about one in the morning and discovered Chambers deceased with what looked to be a head wound.
Wednesday at roughly 3:50 a.m. ET, Chambers was declared deceased. The Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences in Montgomery will conduct an autopsy on Chambers’ body. People claim that Chambers was a good mother to her son, that she worked and attended school simultaneously, and that they simply cannot comprehend how anything so horrible could occur to someone like Jennifer.
Numerous residents in the area voice their worries and react to the murder. One neighbor remarked, “I think all of it is senseless but what can you do, you can’t watch them 24-7 you try to do the best you can to protect them when they are out of your sight and stuff just happens,” Call the Phenix City Police Department at (334) 298-0611 if you know anything about this case.
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