The people cops think are responsible for the murder of triple homicide in Marion County are being looked for.
Triple Homicide in Marion County
People who knew her say that a third girl in a triple homicide who was shot in rural Marion County, Florida, last week has died. Layla Silvernail, who was 16, was one of three teens in triple homicide who were shot and left for dead in a county north of Orlando between March 30 and April 1. The police took her to the hospital, where she was in critical condition, and she has since died. “The softball players of Southeastern Fastpitch and Marion County are sad about Layla Silvernail, who was taken from us too soon.
“Layla was a kind-hearted young woman, a great athlete, and a beloved Russell Pierce, the CEO of Southeastern Fastpitch, said in a statement that came out Thursday morning, “She was a teammate to so many young girls.” Pierce said that Silvernail was known for encouraging new and younger players to work hard and believe in themselves. He also said that the 16-year-old was “really good at softball.”
Sheriff Billy Woods says she was one of three teens who were between March 30 and April 1, in Marion County, which is in the country north of Orlando, a guy was shot and left for dead.
Leads and Suspect to Shooting Death of Three Teens
Woods said on Wednesday morning’s “America’s Newsroom” that he has several leads and “a few” suspects in mind who are connected to the triple homicide. He said that it might have been a “wannabe gang.”
“They aren’t like the other gangs you see. He said, “It’s more like a neighborhood gang.” At first, deputies found Silvernail on SE 183rd Avenue Road near Forest Lakes Park with a shooting wound. The day after they found Silvernail, MCSO officers went to SE 94th Street and SE 188th Court and found a 17-year-old boy who had been shot and was dead.
On April 1, Forensic Unit, the MCSO Major Crimes Unit, and Underwater Recovery Team went to the Malauka Loop Trace and area of Malauka Loop “after hearing that Layla’s car was partly buried at the edge of a nearby body of water.” After getting a search order and looking through her car, police found Camille Quarles, who was also 16, dead from a gunshot wound.