Cash Reward Offered For Info About The Shooting Involving 10-Year-Old Vineland Girl
Tragedy struck Vineland on what was supposed to be a day of happiness and celebration as the nation celebrated America's birthday on the 4th of July.
10-year-old Jasayde Holder fell victim to gun shots as she was struck down and killed by bullets during a drive-by shooting on July 4th in Vineland. The identity of the shooter has yet to be identified, so now the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office is offering a cash reward of $2500 for information that will lead authorities to justice for the little girl gone too soon.
The victim, Jasayde Holder, is described by all that knew her as a creative and active youngster who was gearing up to enter the 5th grade this upcoming school year. It doesn't take a detective to figure out that she, obviously, wasn't the intended target of the shooting, yet she's the one that paid the price, nevertheless.
She was gunned down on West Earl Drive in Vineland. Anyone that has any kind of surveillance footage on or around the 700 block of that section of the street is encouraged to hand it over to the authorities. It may be able to assist them with their investigation.
Holder did not meet her demise on the scene. She was transported to Inspira Medical Center where they tried to treat her injuries, but she didn't make it. Another young life gone way too soon as a result of gun violence. If you or anyone you know may have any information that could lead to an arrest, you're encouraged to reach out to the prosecutor's office. They can be reached at 609-579-1431.