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A 6-month-old was shot 5 times and killed in her car while her father changed her diaper in Chicago Monday. Police are still looking for the person responsible for killing Jonylah Watkins and wounding the intended target of the crime, her father, Jonathan Watkins. Among people reaching out to the grief-stricken family is Bulls’ star, Derrick Rose, who has offered to pay for the funeral of the baby girl.
According to ABC7 Chicago:
As police search for the killer of 6-month-old Jonylah Watkins, outrage over her death spreads, and the outpouring of grief includes a gesture by the Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose.
Rose has offered to help pay for Jonylah’s funeral expenses. Others have come forward to donate money to a reward fund to help find the killer. Tuesday night, that reward fund stood at $11,000.
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