Michelle Huelas, 46, who was killed Aug. 11, was a mother of five children and grandmother of two, according to an obituary.
The authorities in New Jersey were still without a suspect nearly two weeks after a mother of five children was fatally shot in broad daylight as she sat in her car.
Richard Huelas with the flag down police in Camden around 4 p.m. Aug. 11 to inform them that his wife, Michelle Huelas, were shot dead in their car, NJ.com reported this week, citing information from the Camden County Prosecutor’s office.
Huelas was pronounced dead, shortly after he was rushed to a hospital, according to the news site.
Mother of 5 shot to death in car in Camden crossroads https://t.co/LfGhvw5WaJ pic.twitter.com/RkwI2tExlK
— Courier-Post (@cpsj) August 23, 2018
The public ministry has no information, no details about the death for 12 days, which is unusual, as the office typically brings murder information within 24 hours, the report said.
Law enforcement is required to release the main information about the murders following next-of-kin notification, according to the report.
Click here for more of the NJ.com.
Benjamin Brown is a reporter from Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bdbrown473.