Who was Audriana Pearson? Sleeping 12-year-old girl killed in Birmingham drive-by shooting


Who was Audriana Pearson? Sleeping 12-year-old girl killed in Birmingham drive-by shooting

A 12-year-old girl was shot and killed in a drive-by in Birmingham early in the morning: “Her life was robbed” Let’s see Who was Audriana Pearson and what happened to the girl in detail.

Audriana Pearson was shot dead

In a drive-by shooting early this morning, 17 bullets were shot into a Birmingham home, killing a sleeping youngster who was one month away from turning 13 and was sharing a bed with two pals for a sleepover.

According to Sgt. Monica Law, the incident took place in the 500 Block of 16th Avenue N.W. at 1:51 a.m. on Wednesday. According to Law, East Precinct officers were summoned to the location after receiving a report of a shooting. 

Officers were informed by family members that a girl had been shot while she was sleeping in bed when they arrived. The girl was pronounced deceased at the site by firefighters. 

Who was Audriana Pearson?

The youngster was identified as 12-year-old Audriana Pearson by the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office.

At this time, there are no suspects in custody.

On January 17, the kid would have turned 13 years old, according to Mayor Randall Woodfin. 

According to the Jefferson County school system, she attended Erwin Middle School and was a seventh grader.

Randall Woodfin mayor of Birmingham: Statement

Currently, her family is spending this holiday season planning plans for their daughter, according to a Facebook post by Woodfin.

According to Woodfin, the house was hit by 17 rounds. He promised to provide the police with every tool at their disposal to track out those accountable for her passing.

Audriana “Pearson was prepared to take a relaxing holiday. But yesterday night, as she slept in her bed, someone stole her life. She was the victim of a drive-by, which means that another one of our children has been stolen from us due to the irresponsible and malicious actions of others, Woodfin tweeted.

The mayor continued, “It aches my heart because there is very little to celebrate in homes where laughter has been muffled by bullets.” This morning, I chatted with Minnie’s mother. She only wanted a pink iPad and AirPods for Christmas.

The family was not prepared to comment, according to a woman who answered the door at the residence where Audriana was shot. According to a police statement, “The inability to control one’s rage and conduct calm dispute management continues to plague our community.”

Families are left in pain, resentful, and suffering as a result of the actions of others, and we are sick of seeing our communities destroyed by senseless killing. Particularly when the victim is a youngster who ought to have had many more years to learn and develop, no family should have to deal with the murder of a loved one.

“Children deserve to spend the holiday season in safety at home with their families. They shouldn’t be shot to death while at home, where they should feel protected and secure. While detectives will make every effort to collect information, our finest work is done when we collaborate to bring those who hurt our children to justice.

Call the Birmingham Homicide Detectives at 205-254-1764 or Crime Stoppers at 205-254-7777 if you have any information. This year, there have been 140 homicides in Birmingham. Ten of them have been found justified and aren’t considered criminal. There have been 188 killings in Jefferson County overall, including 140 in Birmingham.

This is a developing story, Check back later for updates


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