Audriana Pearson Obituary, Audriana Pearson Has Passed Away

Audriana Pearson Death, Obituary – Audriana Pearson has reportedly died unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, and agony, according to an online publication. According to the mayor of Birmingham, a 12-year-old girl was slain before dawn on Wednesday when rounds were fired into her home. The incident occurred in Birmingham. According to the Birmingham Police Department, the incident was reported only a few minutes before 2 o’clock in the morning.

Following a report of a person being shot, the police arrived on the scene. According to the police, a youngster of that age who had been hit by gunshots was pronounced dead at the location where the incident occurred by the firemen. According to Police Sergeant Monica Law, it seemed like a drive-by shooting had taken place. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office gave the girl’s name as Audriana Pearson, and they said she was 12 years old. According to Mayor Randall Woodfin, Pearson was asleep when she was hit by a gunshot, which occurred while she was in her bed.

“Pearson was excited to spend her Christmas vacation with her family. However, as she was sound asleep in her own bed the previous night, her life was taken from her. “She was the victim of a drive-by shooting, another one of our children taken from us as a result of the willful and irresponsible actions of others,” Woodfin said on Twitter. “She was another one of our children snatched from us.” According to, the mayor stated that there were 17 gunshots fired into the residence.

According to the authorities, there are currently no suspects in custody. According to Law, it seems that no additional residences were targeted by gunfire during the incident. After the shooting, according to Woodfin, he got a chance to talk to the girl’s mother. According to the mayor, Pearson, who was lovingly known as Minnie, would have been 13 the following month. She was really expecting that Santa would bring her a pink iPad or a pair of AirPods for Christmas. The mayor expressed his sadness in a letter by writing, “There is really little to be happy about in houses where laughing has been muted by gunshots, and that hurts my heart.”

The mayor and the police have issued a request for anyone who may have knowledge on the incident to come forward. “Children have the right to be protected while spending the Christmas season at home with their family and having a good time.” In response to the incident, the police released a statement that stated, “They do not deserve to be gunned down when they are at home where they expect to be comfortable and safe.”