JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - One year ago today, two Jacksonville teens were shot inside a mobile home.
Their killers were never found.
Megan Simmons and Jazmine Shelton were having a summer sleepover last year when someone opened fire on the mobile home they were in.
Pancy Shelton says her daughter died in her arms that night.
“I was there when it happened. I was in the bed asleep and we woke up to gunfire,” said Shelton, Jazmine’s mother.
“We need to get justice for Megan and Jazmine because they might've not meant to kill them, but they shot two innocent children,” said Megan’s aunt, Neta Sessions.
Both families hope a $10,000 reward will lead to the information police need to make an arrest.
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