Brittany Henderson thinks three gunmen may have killed her stepdaughter Teressa Henderson, 25, and her nephew Drayontai Mason, 17, based on what her family’s home camera video indicates.
On March 9, according to Titusville police, Mason was playing video games on Third Avenue when shots from a drive-by shooting broke his glass.
The camera views that were provided with News 6 on Wednesday, according to Henderson, were from a different room in the house than the one Mason was in.
Drayontai was “completely and utterly” an innocent victim, according to his aunt. He was at home carrying out activities appropriate for a 17-year-old.
Henderson wants to bring attention to all of the unsolved killings in north Brevard County and hopes that someone who views the video may recognize who was in that automobile.
There have been over 17 unsolved gun-related killings in Mims and Titusville alone in the last two years, according to Henderson.
Maurice Brown and Reshod Lewis were the first two guys to be recognized as the men seen on camera firing back at the automobile.
Records indicate that Brown is no longer facing any accusations.
According to Brown’s relatives, he was wrongly classified.
According to authorities, an 18-year-old guy who was the third shooting victim drove himself to the hospital with non-life-threatening bullet wounds.
According to the officials, his health was stable.
Police just confirmed that the inquiry is still ongoing on Wednesday.
Anyone with information on one of the unsolved killings can call Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS or the police at 321-264-7800 to make an anonymous report.
For tips that result in an arrest, rewards of up to $5,000 may be given.