Apr 13, 2011

On March 5, Asheley Jewell, a Stephenson High School sophomore, was riding in a vehicle with three friends when she was shot in the head after another car began chasing theirs in South Fulton County.
 
 
 

Asheley Jewell, the 15-year-old girl who was critically wounded in an apparent road-rage incident, has been discharged from Grady Memorial Hospital.

"She is at home and progressing daily," her cousin, Ebony Phillips, wrote Wednesday in an email to the AJC.

Meanwhile, a $2,000 reward is being offered for information about Jewell's shooting last month. And from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jewell's family and friends will canvass the area around Old National Highway and Jerome Road handing out fliers seeking information. They're calling it "Justice for Asheley Jewell Day."

Anyone interested in participating should contact organizers through the Justice for Asheley Jewell Facebook page.

On Saturday night, March 5, the Stephenson High School sophomore was riding in a vehicle with three friends when another car began chasing theirs in South Fulton County. Shots were fired, and Jewell was struck in the head.

Anyone with information on the incident is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.

Jewell is the daughter of the late A.J. Jewell, a "Real Housewives of Atlanta" personality who was the onetime fiance of cast member Kandi Burruss. A.J. Jewell died in 2009 after a fight in the parking lot of an Atlanta strip club.

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