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‘It’s a scary world’ | Mother of teen killed in road rage incident disheartened by recent shooting

Lori Rocha is aware of what it is prefer to lose a liked one to road rage. In 2016, her son died throughout a shooting on Huebner Road.

SAN ANTONIO — A San Antonio mom is disheartened, alarmed and scared after studying of Saturday’s road rage shooting on Southeast Military Drive.

Police mentioned 70-year-old Roberto Huron veered into a Walmart car parking zone after being shot by one other driver throughout a match of rage. The driver, 46-year-old Donyell Moton, is now charged with homicide in his demise.

“It just confirms how out of control people are,” mentioned Lori Rocha.

Rocha is aware of what it is prefer to lose a liked one to gun violence. Her son Aaron Rocha died November 26, 2016 throughout a suspected road rage incident on Huebner Road. The 25-year-old was in the passenger’s seat of his pal’s automobile when he was shot and killed.

Six years later and police nonetheless do not know who the suspected shooter is. In truth, the case has turned chilly for detectives. 

However, Rocha believes the individual driving the suspect that evening might assist.

“The shooter was a passenger so that driver knows who the shooter is. Do the right thing and help our family,” she mentioned.

Her coronary heart can also be with Huron household. Rocha finds it unhappy to know one other household is now dwelling with grief much like her personal.

“It’s a scary world knowing that it can happen to anybody,” mentioned Rocha.

Still, she is dealing with worry head on as a result of giving up is not an choice for her. Rocha desires the individual accountable to be held accountable.

Drivers can discover her usually with a poster in hand on the nook of Huebner and Lockhill Selma Roads.

“I’m going to make sure that as long as I breathe, [Aaron] will be remembered and justice will be served.”

Crimestoppers is providing as much as $5,000 for suggestions resulting in an arrest in this case. Anyone with info can name their quantity at 210-224-STOP.

Rocha additionally encourages suggestions be despatched to her Justice for Aaron Facebook web page.

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