Who is Jasayde Holder? Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Killed in Shooting, Suspect Charged

Jasayde Holder Wiki – Jasayde Holder Biography

Jasayde Holder was shot in the 700 block of W. Earl Drive while visiting her grandmother’s home on the night of July 4. She later she died from her injuries.

In an update released Thursday, the Cumberland County Attorney’s Office announced charges against three suspects in this investigation. Prosecutors say the three suspects were arrested Wednesday. There was no word on who the target of the shooting was.

Along with Holder’s murder, the three are also charged in a shooting that occurred that same night in Vineland. According to a probable cause affidavit, a suspect’s vehicle was identified through witness statements and video surveillance.

Jasayde Holder Age

Jasayde Holder was 10 years old.

Three Men Were Charged – Suspect

New Jersey police arrested three men for shooting from a vehicle that killed a 10-year-old girl on July 4, authorities said. The men were charged Wednesday for roles in the murder of Jasayde Holder and another shooting the same day in Vineland, Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae announced Thursday.

The ad did not say who the men were targeting and did not describe the circumstances of the other shooting, which occurred on Francine Drive.

William Harris, 28, faces charges of first-degree murder and aggravated murder, while Xavier Bogan, 20, and Karonjah Witt, 28, were charged with charges including conspiracy to commit murder. All three face gun possession charges, the prosecutor’s office said.

Jasayde was shot at her grandmother’s house on West Earl Drive around 11:15 p.m. on July 4 and later died from her injuries. She had just finished fourth grade at Dane Barse School, the prosecutor’s office said.

Police located Bogan, the driver of the vehicle, using witness statements and video footage, The Daily Journal reported, citing an affidavit of probable cause. He later implicated himself and the other two men in a deposition, reportedly the affidavit.

Jasayde’s family remembered her as a creative child and she asked in her obituary for donations from her to prevent gun violence, The Daily Journal said.

The shooting left neighbors in shock.

“I guess something like this can happen anywhere,” resident John Ventura told ABC 6. “Unfortunately, it happened here, and unfortunately that girl’s life is gone.”