“I don’t think they’re showing any remorse,” Sheriff Javier Salazar said of the two suspects at Teen Drive-By.
Killing teenage boys are in custody after deputies say they sprayed dozens of rounds into the home of an innocent Texas woman, killing her in a drive-by shooting.
In a press conference, Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said he believes the suspects, ages 14 and 15, went to the wrong house in a west Bexar County neighborhood around 12:30 am. on tuesday
“I don’t think they will regret it,” Salazar told reporters.
Both teenagers are charged with first-degree murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, WOAI-TV reports.
According to the publication, 25-year-old Novita Brazil was recognized as a victim of the shooting.
GoFundMe for Brazil describes her as “the sweetest person you will ever meet. She was kind, devoted, funny, loving, adventurous and had a heart of gold.”
Another woman, who Salazar said was staying with the victim as an Airbnb guest, suffered a non-life-threatening injury after being shot in the leg.
Brazil was “absolutely innocent,” Salazar said. “He just woke up, burned the midnight oil, worked on the computer, and now he’s dead.” According to Salazar, more than 100 shell casings were found at the crime scene. The station reports that teenage suspects who led deputies on a car chase were caught 10 miles away behind a baseball field.
In addition to murder and assault, the 14 -year-old suspect is also charged with evading arrest with a motor vehicle and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, while the 15-year-old suspect is charged with evading arrest. on foot, from the station.
It was unclear Thursday if the couple would press charges. Attorney information was not readily available.