Young girl killed in drive-by shooting in New Jersey on Fourth of July

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VINELAND, NJ – Vineland fourth-grader Jasayde Holder was celebrating the day when gunshots rang out on Earl Drive in Vineland. The 10-year-old girl was struck and killed by a drive-by shooter. Jasayde had just finished 4th grade at Dane Barse School, police said.  Her family described her as creative and loved music and riding her bike.  At this time, police do not have any suspects in custody and the shooter remains at large.

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