Shooter who killed pregnant lady, unborn son on the loose

Jennifer Hernandez, 20, was eight months pregnant when she and her boyfriend have been shot Friday in north Harris County, HCSO mentioned.

HOUSTON — Family members planning to attend a child bathe on Saturday will as an alternative be attending a funeral this week for his or her pregnant relative and her child. Jennifer Hernandez and her unborn son have been shot and killed Friday evening in north Harris County. 

The 20-year-old lady was eight months pregnant and enthusiastic about the child and the bathe, her household informed us. They are planning a funeral for each victims on Wednesday.

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Jennifer and her 17-year-old boyfriend had simply left a fuel station at West Airtex and Ella Boulevard when each have been shot, according to Sheriff Ed Gonzalez

The younger lady who had simply began her personal nail business died at the scene and her unborn child additionally died forsaking a grieving household who known as her “Nana.”

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“We are absolutely devastated … Nana was a wonderful daughter, a wonderful sister, and would have been a wonderful mother,” they posted on a  gofundme.com account set as much as assist pay for funeral bills.

Her boyfriend survived and described the suspect’s automobile as a white, four-door sedan with tinted home windows and a paper license plate. He informed investigators that it sped up beside them and fired a number of pictures into their automobile, Gonzalez mentioned. He mentioned there wasn’t any sort of altercation earlier than the capturing. 

If you’ve gotten any data on this case, you are requested to contact the Harris County Sheriff’s Office murder division at 713-274-9100 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477). To be eligible for a reward, suggestions have to be reported on to Crime Stoppers. 

The victims’ households thanked supporters for “the outpouring of love, prayers, and support shown in recent days.”

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