Jefferson Perez Obituary, Death – On Wednesday, an unresponsive body of a 17-year-old student was discovered in the parking lot of Roosevelt High School. The police have just confirmed that the teenager has passed away, and they are continuing their search for the shooter. At a hospital in the area, the patient’s death was officially pronounced. It has been established that Assistant Chief Cain attends Roosevelt High School as a student.
The young man’s name, according to his grandma Sonia Ferrufino’s statement to FOX 5, is Jefferson Perez. Jefferson Perez, 17 Credit for the photograph goes to Sonia Berrufino “I can’t overstate how heartbroken I am right now for our kids, with what we see happening as a police agency and as a city,” Assistant Chief Cain said. “I can’t overstate how heartbroken I am right now for our kids.” The police said that they had located both the driver and the green BMW that they had been looking for; however, they are still investigating the crime.
The shooting death of a student took place at Roosevelt High School in Northwest, District of Columbia, on Wednesday afternoon, according to the D.C. police department. The investigation into what took place in the school’s parking lot has reached a point where the authorities need the assistance of the general public. Assistant Police Chief Morgan Cain has stated that the deadly shooting occurred after some sort of altercation that took place while classes were still being taught at the school.
On Wednesday, around 2:24 p.m., police officers from the District of Columbia responded to a call about a shooting that was reported at the high school located in the 4300 block of 13th Street, NW. Near a baseball field, basketball courts, and tennis courts, the police found a 17-year-old male who was unconscious and unresponsive when they got at the scene. After a student at Roosevelt High School was shot and murdered, the police have released additional information.