South Los Angeles deadly shooting: Surveillance video released
Melissa MacBride (KABC) | December 1, 2013
SOUTH LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Police Department has released surveillance video in the murder of a young man who was shot while driving in South L.A. Monday evening. Police hope it will help them find the killer.
Jarret Crump, 21, was killed around 6:30 p.m. on busy Century Boulevard near Vermont Avenue.
From a distance, the video shows the gunman got out of a dark-colored SUV while stopped at a red traffic light, walked through lanes of traffic and shot at Crump’s car. The gunman then got back into the SUV when the light turned green and drove away, along with the other cars.
“He didn’t deserve this, and I’m reaching out so deeply. If you knew my pain…please…someone. There were too many cars on Century and Vermont to not see this,” said Dara Davis-Oliver, Crump’s mother.