An incident has happened in southwest Houston, Texas where a 15-year-old girl was shot 22 times. At that incident time, she was walking with her family’s dog. Cops are presently investigating the assassination that has happened on Tuesday night. The teen left her house at around 08:00 PM and cops were called to the scene at around 09:30 PM. Officers discovered the teenager with many gunshot injuries and she was declared demised at the scene. Her family has recognized her as Diamond Alvarez. The family informed law enforcement that they heard gunshots outside their house and became tense.
Who is Diamond Alvarez?
The mother of Diamond informed the police that she called her daughter but could not reach her. The mother went outside to watch for her along with the stepfather of Diamond. After discovering their dog Peanut outside their house, they knew that something was wrong. They later discovered that Diamond lying in a field a few blocks away.
As per Click2Houston, the mother, Anna Machado states that “I attempted CPR. I could not bring her back. I attempted so hard to keep her alive.” The family informed KPRC 2 that Diamond was an honor pupil at Madison High School, where she was a sophomore, and that she planned to go to cosmetology school.
Diamond Alvarez Girl Shot 22 Times
The stepfather of Diamond, Tito Moczygemba, informed reporters, “Whoever shot this girl 22 times in the back, they are cowards.” The Houston Police Department has stated that witnesses reported hearing many gunshots and the squealing of tires as a car drove away from the crime scene. They further added that a dark vehicle watch speeding away from the area could have been engaged in the shooting.
Mr. Moczygemba informed reporters that she used to walk the dog “on daily basis” and that the neighborhood “is becoming really bad if someone can not even walk their own dog. My brother heard some bullet shots and he told me “call Diamond. So I called my daughter, and she did not answer.”
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Police have stated that they are continuing to watch for surveillance footage to get a better view of a possible suspect or suspects, but they are also urging the public to assist in this case. Anyone who has any details that can help the investigation is asked to contact the Houston Police manslaughter unit at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.