Twenty-three-year-old Jhayden Gunter is in vital situation after twice being shot within the head in Philadelphia on July 31. In accordance with CBS Philly, Gunter was shot on the 2200 block of North Darien Avenue at roughly 9:45 a.m. after choosing up her boyfriend.
Gunter was shot after she and her boyfriend reportedly stopped at a nook retailer to get a chilly beverage. As Gunter waited inside her automobile, her boyfriend went inside the place he received into an argument with a girl he knew, 24-year-old Keyshlyne Patterson. Patterson allegedly adopted him exterior earlier than capturing Gunter two instances within the head and Gunter’s boyfriend within the arm and ear. The police had been reportedly within the space and heard the gunshots earlier than speeding to the scene. Gunter was taken to Temple College Hospital the place she underwent two emergency surgical procedures to take away a part of her cranium to cut back her mind swelling.
.@PhillyPolice say 24yo Keyshlyne Patterson is needed for tried homicide in connection w/ the capturing that left Jhayden Gunter critically injured.
Patterson is taken into account armed and harmful.
Anybody with data on her whereabouts is urged to name 911 or 215-686-TIPS. @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/WZACLLnWxT
— Ryan Hughes (@HughesCBS3) August 5, 2022
Gunter graduated from West Chester College simply final 12 months with a serious in juvenile psychology and had been at her job for a non-profit in Philadelphia as a case employee for lower than two weeks when she was shot, in accordance to her mom, Heather Morris.
“Everybody that is aware of Jhayden will let you know she is the bubbly get together lady whose smile is infectious each time she smiles,” Morris mentioned. “It makes you smile even in case you’re in a nasty temper. She’ll do something for anybody.”
Police used surveillance footage to assist determine Patterson, who the police say is taken into account armed and harmful. She is needed for tried homicide.
Morris is grateful that the police heard the photographs and had been capable of get her daughter to the hospital shortly.
“Thank God they received my daughter as shortly as they might to Temple Hospital, which in all probability saved her life,” mentioned Morris. “It’s sickening to me. I can’t start to explain, I don’t know if I’m going to get my daughter again and I don’t know in what form she’ll be if I do get her again.”
The Philadelphia police are asking anybody with information of Patterson’s whereabouts to contact them at 215-686-TIPS or to dial 911.