A family is seeking justice after a family member was shot seven times in Stockton, California.
ABC News That report Bobby GayleFriday A 5-year-old black man and father of five were seriously injured in a failed attack last Friday (October-October). His brother Marlon GayleBobby had just finished a construction job at a restaurant during the shooting, he said.
Marlon Gayle said ABC News. “According to my brother and the guy with him, his friend, the guy gets out of the truck, the white guy, and he has a gun, and he starts saying the n-word over and over again and starts shooting me, brother.”
Bobby Gayle was shot seven times in the face. According to his family sources, his condition is stable.
Shortly after the shooting, Gayle sent a voicemail to his brother saying he had been shot and told him to pray.
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“It was a miracle. Prayer God answered the prayer and we’re just grateful,” Marlon Gayle said. “She is very happy to be alive, and blessed to be with her family and her children.”
The shooter is described as a white man in his thirties, wearing a dark jacket and jeans. The Stockton Police Department described his car as a late-model Chevrolet Silverado extended cab truck, followed by a model, chrome-colored wheels. পুরস্কার 10,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.
In addition, police say they are investigating the shooting as a potential hate crime. Marlon Gayle said the assassin needed a higher power in his life.
“His heart isn’t right, there’s that hatred inside him,” he said. “Yes, it was a heinous crime and that person needs Jesus, that person needs prayer, that person needs to be brought to justice.”
“Our family, we never expected anything like this to happen. We love people. We are people who serve the community, and we love people from all backgrounds.” “We believe in forgiveness, but that person must be taken to the streets. He is dangerous.”