Shelton was inside her mobile home when a suspect(s) fired into the living room area where she was with her friend Megan.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Two events on Tuesday will draw attention to the one month anniversary of an unsolved double homicide.
Around 4:45 a.m. on August 10, multiple gunshots were fired into a mobile home in the 5200 block of Missouri Avenue.
Two girls, Megan Simmons, 14, and Jazmine Shelton, 13, were both killed.
They were watching a movie and spending time together before school started for the fall when the shooting happened.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office continues to investigate the case, but no one has been arrested so far.
Sheriff John Rutherford will hold a neighborhood crime prevention walk at 6 p.m. Tuesday to draw attention to the tragedy. The starting and ending locations are both at 5221 Missouri Ave., in the Biltmore neighborhood.
Parking is available in the 3200 block of Walser Road at Inman Memorial United Methodist Church.
Ahead of the sheriff's walk, he will hold a news conference with the Jacksonville group MAD DADS.
The focus is expected to be on asking anyone with information about the girls' deaths to come forward.
A $10,000 cash reward remains in effect.
Anonymous information can be sent to First Coast Crime Stoppers by calling 1-866-845-TIPS.
First Coast News