In the Oxford Circle neighborhood of Philadelphia, a guy driving a car is shot and killed. His mother is now pleading with someone to come forward and assist in catching his killer.
Jimmie Jenkins, according to Crystal Davis-Wise, only wanted to live his life and raise his sons.
She stated, “I only wish I could hear his voice and see his face one more time.”
The 34-year-old passed away on June 7th. According to Davis-Wise, her grandson’s mother called her.
“She contacted me when I was dropping off food to my husband at work and yelled incoherently, “Jimmie, they said Jimmie’s dead.” Jimmie, so they reported, is dead.”
Jenkins, according to her, had rented a friend’s car to run errands. He was in the Oxford Circle neighborhood of Philadelphia around 5:20 o’clock, near Oxford and Algon avenues.
“When my son, who was driving, came to a stop at a stop sign, they drew up next to him and began firing. He rushed into a fence and was killed by a gunshot, but I have no idea what it was “explained Davis-Wise.
At the hospital, Jenkins passed away. Jenkins’ mother said he wasn’t robbed because his wallet, cell phone, and $1,500 were all discovered on him.
They do, she claimed, have a sketchy description of the suspect’s vehicle.
She said, “They are aware that it is a white Honda CRV.
The City of Philadelphia is offering a reward of up to $20,000 for information leading to the capture and conviction of the offender. Simply dial 215-546-TIPS to report a crime to the Citizens Crime Commission. All calls will be kept confidential.
“All I can do is wait for some information to surface. This is difficult for both my family and I, “said Davis-Wise.