Stop the Violence Group Looking for Answers

Published 08/28 2014 06:07PM

Updated 08/28 2014 06:20PM

LITTLE ROCK, AR.- A Little Rock mother is searching for answers following her daughter being shot in a drive by shooting. Now stop the violence advocates are bonding with her, hoping to find those answers.

Audrey Jones 10-year-old daughter Tiffany was struck by a bullet in her right arm and also grazed her lip Monday .    

Thursday the Stop the Violence group called on Little Rocks mayor to address the violence in their neighborhoods. Anti violence supporter like former Dallas Cowboys player Reggie Swinton, along with Little Rock Police and city representatives all asking for help finding who could have done this. The group says this year there has been a spike in black on black crime. For the victims mother she says no matter where you live you should feel safe.

"Just because you stay in the hood it don't have to be all about shooting and robbing you know killing and all that. You can stay in the hood and still be in peace," says Jones.

So far police have no suspects. They hope the public will help them. They are even offering a reward through Crimestoppers to anyone who can help lead to an arrest.

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