Leah Gomez Obituary, Grand Rapids MI, 22 Years Old Woman has Passed Away

Leah Gomez Obituary, Death – The victim of a deadly gunshot that occurred on May 31 in a parked automobile in the downtown area was identified by the police as 22-year-old Leah Marie Gomez. Fabian is the nickname given to Luis Fabian Bernal-Sosa, who is 27 years old and has been named as a person of interest by the Grand Rapids police. According to the police, he ought to be regarded as armed and dangerous. At approximately 3:20 in the afternoon, officers were called to 333 Commerce Avenue South West, which is located just north of Wealthy Street, in order to check on a woman who was parked in a vehicle outside of an apartment complex.

The woman had been shot many times, which ultimately led to her death. There was a youngster in the vehicle, but they were not injured. The child, who was less than 10, was distressed and needed to be evaluated in a hospital. Gomez’s aunt, Ashley Reil, praised her as “an amazing mother with a huge heart.” Gomez is named after Ashley. In a statement that she sent to MLive via Facebook, she explained that the woman’s “sole purpose” was “being (which she didn’t have to try hard to do) the absolute best mother to her daughter. According to Gomez’s daughter’s aunt, the child is 21 months old and needs attention around the clock. Chief Eric Winstrom of the Seattle Police Department stated that the killing looked to be targeted.

The head of police stated at the scene, “It’s an absolute tragedy in the fact that she was shot in the presence of a child. It goes without saying that I’m upset about it. We are going to do all in our power to bring justice to this woman as swiftly as possible. The apartment complex was cleared out by the police. The building was evacuated out by the department’s Special Response Team as a drone search was conducted on the rooftop by the Kent County Sheriff’s Office. Bernal-Sosa is reported to drive a black Ford Ranger that was manufactured in the early 2000s. It features aftermarket rims and tyres as well as an expanded cab, and the back window may be adorned with a sticker that reads “Bernal Landscape Management,” according to the police.