Police are still seeking answers after Hammond native TeeTee Dangerfield was killed in Georgia, with recently released surveillance footage showing some of her final moments.
Dangerfield, a 32-year-old transgender woman, was killed about 4:30 a.m. on July 31. Her funeral is expected to be held on Saturday, Aug. 12, although exact details are not available.
The video, obtained by WSBTV in Atlanta, shows Dangerfield entering a sports bar called 50 Yard Line on the night she was killed. She is then shown leaving two hours later, about 90 minutes before her death.
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"She didn't deserve that at all. You just have to know her. She was the sweetest person you'd ever want to meet," her mother Yolanda Dangerfield said in the report.
College Park police Maj. Lance Patterson said Dangerfield was shot multiple times while sitting in her car outside an apartment complex in College Park. She was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and taken to a local hospital, where she died.
Patterson said police do not have information indicating that the shooting was a result of Dangerfield being transgender. No suspects are in custody and the investigation is ongoing.
Dangerfield, is the 16th "transgender woman of color" to be killed in 2017, according to The Anti-Violence Project. She is the third transgender individual with ties from the New Orleans area to be killed in recent months. Chyna Gibson and Ciara McElveen were killed within days of each other in February.
Police have said there was no indication those two killings were related; no arrests have yet been booked in either of those killings.
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Several memorials are being held for Dangerfield, and a GoFundMe page has been established to help support the family. It has raised over $4,000 since it was first created on Aug. 3.