Jeremiah Wilcox Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Philadelphia Boy, Cause of Death

Jeremiah Wilcox Wiki – Jeremiah Wilcox Bio

Jeremiah Wilcox, A shooting in Philadelphia has claimed the life of a boy. He was killed after being shot multiple times on a Philadelphia street on Monday, October 10, according to police.

He was with friends on North Smedley Street at West Oak Lane when he was shot in the head. Officers took Jeremiah to Albert Einstein Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead 2 hours later.


Jeremiah Wilcox died at the age of 13 years old.

Shot & Killed

Police are briefing the teen’s family before revealing his identity, but they still need the public’s help to find out what happened and why CBS News reported it.

After responding to a call just before 7 p.m. Monday, police found Wilcox shot multiple times in the head and face at 65th Avenue and Smedley Street in West Oak Lane. “Police responded to a 911 report of shots fired,” Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small said. “They found a young teenage boy lying on the sidewalk, bleeding profusely from his face.” Police reported no arrests as of Tuesday and said no weapons were found at the scene. An investigation is underway to determine who was the author of the shots. “We’re not sure if he was hit by stray fire,” Police Chief Inspector Scott Small told 6ABC.

“But who and why would someone intentionally shoot a teenager, why someone would do that to someone so young is not known.”

Jerry T Jordan, president of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, expressed his sorrow at the loss of the eighth grader. He said his “heart breaks” for Jeremiah’s relatives.

“Our city is reeling once again from the murder of a child: a thirteen-year-old on West Oak Lane who had his life stolen, his dreams and future aspirations stolen, and did not even graduate from eighth grade,” he said. Jordan. in a statement, he posted on Twitter Monday night.

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“My heart breaks for everyone who knew and loved him: his family, his friends, his neighbors, the entire Wagner Middle School community; the impact of such a tragedy is immeasurable.”

He criticized Harrisburg for doing nothing and not allowing Philadelphia to pass sensible gun restrictions. In Philadelphia this year there have been 416 homicides, according to Jordan. 186 of the 386 fatal gunshot victims in the City of Brotherly Love were under the age of 18; this is a staggering 48% of all casualties.

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