No motive, no suspects in slaying of Wilson High honors student
Long Beach police said they have no suspects and no motive in the shooting death of a Wilson High School student who police said was an innocent victim of gunfire in front of the school Friday night.
The daughter of Cambodian immigrants, Melody Ross died at St. Mary's Hospital at 10:30 p.m., half an hour after she was shot, said her uncle. Ross and her friends were leaving the Wilson High homecoming game against Polytechnic High School when she was hit.
Grief counselors are on the Wilson High campus to help students deal with the death of the popular honors student and athlete.
Police on Sunday asked for the public's help in finding the shooter or shooters, saying they don't have a description or many leads to go on.
A homecoming dance attended by about 200 students was underway on campus when the shots were fired.
-- Shelby Grad
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