Phoenix police officials recognize an 18-year-old woman who was shot and killed during an illegal party in an empty warehouse.
According to police, the shooting took place near 35th Street and Earl Drive
Officers responded to reports of shooting there, and found a woman with a gunshot wound. She died later in the hospital. Police say four other people with gunshot wounds have arrived at various medical facilities.
We were awesome. After having fun, Starlena Williams said, “Bob Bob Bob Bob Bob,” other witnesses said they heard more than 20 rounds.
The victim’s family, identified as Lalaina Baldison, is completely shattered.
“It’s just meaningless. Everything is meaningless. They are so young. Her whole life was ahead of her,” said Lalena’s mother, Annalisa Hernandez. Annalisa said, “She’s a good girl. She just got her first job at Walmart a few months ago.” “It was doing well. She was managing her money.”
Hernandez, said she felt bad after her daughter did not answer her phone calls early on Saturday morning. When it came late afternoon, I went to the Phoenix police.
“They told me an informant was coming to talk to me from the hospital, so I knew there was something bad,” says Annalisa. “She went out and told me she had tattoos and piercings, and it was she and she didn’t make it.”
Analisa said that her daughter met some friends who introduced her to these parties. While she warned her daughter not to go to these parties, especially because they were all oral gatherings shared on Snapchat an hour ago. In particular, he started the party amid the shooting at 2:30 in the morning.
“These promoters are promoting these kids to go to these parties. It has to stop because it is not safe. They are not safe,” Annalisa said.
Analisa described Lalina as a good girl who had been working on getting her GED and becoming a paramedic.
Annalisa said: “It’s not just a teenage girl who was killed at a party, but she is my daughter, and it may mean nothing to anyone watching this, but she did mean everything to me and my family.” “I held her for 18 years, and I don’t know how I would live without her.”
Analisa said all she wanted was justice, and taking responsibility for the person who killed her daughter.
“I’m not going to stop until we know who did this. I am a mother and I am angry. This is the only thing that will help me until I find out who did it to her,” said Analisa.