LeBron seeks answers after shooting death of Cavaliers executive's sister


LeBron James made a public plea for help in the murder of his childhood friend's sister, who was fatally shot in her home in Akron, Ohio, earlier this week.

'AKRON OHIO! My brother's sister was murdered this past weekend in her home!' James tweeted Wednesday.

On Twitter, James pleaded with locals to help "find out who did this terrible, shameful, disgusting thing to such a caring, loving angel!" After the 37-year-old was discovered with a gunshot wound to the head, her death was ruled a homicide, but no suspects have been identified in the case.

Brandon Weems is now the Cleveland Cavaliers Director of Scouting. "I'm going to overlook her dearly".

The victim was the sister of Brandon Weems, who was promoted to Cleveland Cavaliers Director of Scouting in 2017, the Daily News confirmed.

James implored his hometown to come together and find the person responsible for this senseless act of violence. Brandon and James were teammates at St. Vincent-St. We express our deepest condolences to Brandon, the entire Weems family, their loved ones, and the Akron community.

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"She had a ardour and love for youngsters", Brandon Weems mentioned. "We will be with Brandon throughout this extremely hard time and will offer our assistance and resources to help find justice for Ericka", the statement said.

LeBron and Brandon Weems are lifelong friends.

Akron police now have no suspects and the case remains under investigation.

The Los Angeles Lakers basketball star took to Twitter on Wednesday and pleaded with followers for their help in getting justice for his friend's sister following the chilling news of her passing.

Ericka Weems graduated from Buchtel High School, got an undergraduate degree from Ohio State University and a masters in teaching at Kent State University, according to her bio on the Young Black Professional Coalition website. "She may get children to say and do issues that even their mother and father couldn't do".