A fund has been set up to help bring a killer to justice.
On Dec. 29, 2007 someone shot and killed six-year-old Kamya Weathersby. It was around 5:00 a.m. TV cartoons were still on, and Kamya had fallen fast asleep in her bedroom with her 3-year-old sister.
That’s when the gunfire started. The family had moved into the home just three days before. Police say the suspects had to have reloaded their guns because there were at least 50 shots fired into the Little Rock home, about a dozen of those into the little girl's bedroom.
Reverend Bennie Johnson with “Stop the Violence” set up the Justice for Kamya fund at Bank of America.
There is currently a $3,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case. Johnson set up the fund in hopes of raising the reward to entice witnesses to come forward.
You can make a donation at any Bank of America to the Justice for Kamya fund.