A non-profit organization is offering up to a $15,000 reward for information in the November 12 shooting death of a 24-year-old Roanoke Rapids woman which occurred at a party in Enfield.
Lieutenant Shane Guyant of the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office said investigators do not believe Cierra Webb was the intended victim in the shooting but that she was fatally shot in the crossfire.
“The Webb family deserves closure for the death of Cierra,” Guyant said. “It is the right thing to do.”
Those with information can go to the non-profit website Team Cold Case, which is offering up to a $15,000 reward or Halifax County Crimestoppers which is offering a reward of $1,000.
Guyant said in the two weeks since the death of Webb and the non-fatal shootings of five others, investigators have learned there were as many as 700 or more people attending the party when an argument broke out and several people began firing weapons.
Thus far there have been no leads in the case, Guyant said. “We have continuously pleaded for help from partygoers to share videos and other helpful information that could assist us with identifying persons who were recklessly shooting at this party. We need the assistance of these 700-plus people.”
Information as well as any videos can be submitted to Halifax County Crimestoppers anonymously and Team Cold Case accepts anonymous tips as well.
Team Cold Case is a non-profit solely dedicated to helping law enforcement solve unsolved homicides and unsolved missing person cases. The objective is to bring closure to family and friends of those who have been victims and seek justice against the person who is responsible for the crime.
The sheriff’s office received the call around 1:30 the morning of November 12 and callers to 911 told dispatchers multiple people had been shot. When deputies arrived they located the ones who had been injured and one person who was deceased.