Destiny Wiggins Obituary, Death – Rocky Mount, North Carolina, police have named both the lady, 24, who was a mother of four and the 28-year-old male who was discovered shot to death in the front seat of a car on Thursday morning. Two of Destiny Wiggins’ children were in the car when Devone Brown and she were discovered dead, according to the Rocky Mount Police Department. Destiny Wiggins was one of two persons who were shot and died. Around 6:15 a.m., Brown and Wiggins were discovered in the car in the parking area of Barnhill Construction, which is located at 1451 Construction Drive. The company’s employees who were just coming to work, according to the authorities, were the ones who initially saw and reported the victims.

When the police arrived, both youngsters were shivering and had some form of physical injury. The authorities reported that the victims and their loved ones had been exposed to subfreezing conditions for a lengthy amount of time, thus they were immediately sent to UNC Nash Healthcare. There, it was reported that their conditions were stable. Rocky Mount’s temperature dropped to 37 degrees the previous night. Wiggins’ mother has started a GoFundMe page in an effort to earn money to cover the costs of burying her daughter after the terrible double shooting.

On the page for the fundraiser, the author asks for contributions from “any family, friends, loved ones, and anybody else who can donate to aid us with burying my daughter.” She was a mother of four children when she was murdered today. After the shocking loss on Thursday, Wiggins’ sister, Breana Wiggins, also spoke with CBS 17. Destiny is one of my mother Donna Wiggins’s eight total children. According to the speaker, she is a mother of four children, two of whom are boys and two of whom are girls. According to Breana, both of her sister’s daughters “were with her during this horrific tragedy.” The Rocky Mount Police Department is thoroughly investigating this incident. Call Crime Stoppers at (252) 977-1111 or the Rocky Mount Police Department at (252) 972-1411 if you have any information about this crime.