Charges Upgraded For Woman Who Shot Man In Head On Facebook Live, Devyn Holmes’ Mother Speaks Out (Video)
Cassandra Damper, the woman who shot Devyn Holmes in the head on Facebook Live, is facing upgraded charges. Get the scoop.
The woman who accidentally shot a man in the head on Facebook Live is facing new charges after appearing in court on Tuesday.
The shooting happened on Easter Sunday around 2 a.m. at the Valero gas station on Almeda and Southmore in southwest Houston.
Police say the victim, Devyn Holmes, was inside of a parked car with Cassandra Damper and another man who were playing with guns on Facebook Live.
Authorities say Damper accidentally fired a shot, hitting Holmes in the head.
According to Holmes’ mother, he was in stable condition after undergoing surgery at Ben Taub Hospital, at last check.
Devyn’s mother, Sheree Holmes, believes the shooting was intentional and Damper is getting off to easy for what she’s done.
Cassandra was initially charged with tampering with evidence because she tried to wipe the gun powder residue off of her hands after shooting 26-year-old Devyn Holmes.
Her charges have been upgraded to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and a warrant has been issued for her arrest.
Cassandra is currently out on bond with an ankle monitor, but she is expected to turn herself in.