Community rallies for unsolved Cleveland quintuple murder - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Community rallies for unsolved Cleveland quintuple murder

Jalonte Johnson says he wants justice for his murdered mother and brother.  (Source: WOIO) Jalonte Johnson says he wants justice for his murdered mother and brother. (Source: WOIO)
It's been just over a month since Jalonte Johnson lost his pregnant mother and teenage brother in one of Cleveland's deadliest shootings.

The day after Christmas a rally was held at the home where the incident took place in an effort to encourage anyone with information to come forward and help police apprehend the man responsible.

On November 21, five people were killed when an identified gunman opened fired at a home on E. 92nd Street.

Sherita Johnson, who was pregnant at the time, was shot inside her vehicle after she sent her 10-year-old daughter inside the residence.

The girl was grazed by a bullet after the shooter spotted her.  He then ran out of the home to continue his killing spree.

Inside the residence, laid 18-year-old Jario Taylor, 60-year-old Lemon Bryant, father of Sherita's toddler son and unborn son, and 17-year-old Shaylona Williams, all dead from gunshot wounds.

The disturbing incident remains unsolved. 

Cleveland Police have not announced any leads in the case and have yet to make an arrest.

At Friday's rally Jalonte announced that the March/Walk for Justice will take place at 2 p.m. on January 1.

The plan is to begin the march at E. 79th Street and Wade Park, knocking on doors, passing out flyers, and asking for information and ending at 1443 East 92nd Street & Wade Park.

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