Woman Found Dead in Los Angeles; Car Riddled by Bullets: LAPD Reveal

Authorities are currently conducting an investigation into a tragic incident in South Los Angeles, where a woman was discovered deceased inside a vehicle that had been riddled with bullet holes. The circumstances surrounding this heartbreaking event are currently being examined.

A woman was discovered deceased inside a vehicle in South Los Angeles, which had been struck by multiple bullets. Authorities are currently conducting an investigation into the incident.

A shooting occurred at approximately 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 2 near the Vermont Avenue exit of the 105 Freeway, as stated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

The LASD release stated that there was some confusion regarding the ownership of the vehicle, whether it belonged to the suspect or the victim. “The Deputy called for help from the South Los Angeles Sheriff’s Station and the Los Angeles County Fire Department while in the patrol car.”

Upon their arrival, authorities discovered a woman named Raejonette Morgan, aged 22, inside her vehicle, critically injured from gunshot wounds. She was quickly taken to a nearby hospital, but unfortunately, she passed away several days later on July 4.

Now, the family is requesting a more thorough investigation into the conduct of the first deputy who responded to the incident, a member of the Parks Bureau.

According to a statement from civil rights activist Najee Ali, it has been alleged that the deputy did not provide assistance to the shooting victim while sitting in his patrol car. They have enlisted the services of civil rights attorney Ben Crump to represent them.

“The shooting incident has gained significant national attention due to the widespread circulation of a Facebook Live video,” stated Ali’s press release. “The deputy’s lack of action, as seen in the video, is reminiscent of another incident where a sheriff’s deputy in Uvalde, Texas failed to provide assistance during a school shooting, resulting in tragic consequences for the children involved.”

According to the statement, Crump has reached out to Los Angeles Sheriff Robert Luna to discuss the department’s protocol in cases where shooting victims survive.

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“We are requesting the release of this deputy’s name and are interested in investigating any potential history of complaints regarding their assistance to African American crime victims,” Ali stated.

According to a statement released by LASD on Friday morning, they are currently conducting a thorough review of the incident. This review will assess the deputy’s response, equipment, training, and tactics to ensure that department policies and procedures were followed as reported by CBS News.

“This incident is a matter of great concern, and our dedicated detectives are working tirelessly to solve this tragic murder and provide justice for the family.” Our thoughts are with the family of Raejonette Morgan during this difficult time. We offer our deepest condolences. “The Department remains steadfast in our dedication to preserving lives and safeguarding our community members during any unforeseen circumstances.”

If you have any additional information regarding the ongoing investigation, please reach out to LASD’s Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500.

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