David and Sherrone Jenkins, center, Sherdavia Jenkins's parents, look at a photograph of their daughter during a ceremony March 22, 2010, renaming a Miami park the Sherdavia Jenkins Peace Park. At left is family friend Tyrone Lamar (aka "Major Pain"). At right is Miami City Commissioner Richard P. Dunn II, who read a proclamation in honor of Sherdavia. The 9-year-old girl was struck and killed by a bullet as she played outside her Liberty City home in July 2006.
David and Sherrone Jenkins, center, Sherdavia Jenkins's parents, look at a photograph of their daughter during a ceremony March 22, 2010, renaming a Miami park the Sherdavia Jenkins Peace Park. At left is family friend Tyrone Lamar (aka "Major Pain"). At right is Miami City Commissioner Richard P. Dunn II, who read a proclamation in honor of Sherdavia. The 9-year-old girl was struck and killed by a bullet as she played outside her Liberty City home in July 2006. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
David and Sherrone Jenkins, center, Sherdavia Jenkins's parents, look at a photograph of their daughter during a ceremony March 22, 2010, renaming a Miami park the Sherdavia Jenkins Peace Park. At left is family friend Tyrone Lamar (aka "Major Pain"). At right is Miami City Commissioner Richard P. Dunn II, who read a proclamation in honor of Sherdavia. The 9-year-old girl was struck and killed by a bullet as she played outside her Liberty City home in July 2006. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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