Orange County

Family seeks justice 2 years after Orange County woman gunned down getting ready for church

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — It’s been two years since a 27-year-old Orange County woman was killed in her home as she was getting ready for a church celebration.

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Renisha Lee was shot and killed at the Palms mobile home park two years ago Wednesday, and her family is still pushing for justice.


Since then, deputies have not made any arrests or identified any suspects.

Her parents told Channel 9 they have passed information on to detectives that they hope will help lock up her killer.

Photos: Family seeks justice 2 years after Orange County woman gunned down getting ready for church

Lee’s parents, Pastor Stovelleo Stovall and his wife, have been advocates in their Pine Hills neighborhood for decades. On many occasions they have counseled families and have convinced many suspects to turn themselves in.

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Lee’s mobile home, right down the street from her family’s church, was riddled with bullets in the shooting.

Stovall said he has handed over information that should help close the case and that it’s time for the Orange County Sheriff’s Office to step up.

“Justice is already lined up. We just need for people to do what needs to be done,” Stovall said.

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The Orange County Sheriff’s Office released a statement saying, “This is still an active and ongoing investigation. We do not have any updates at this time.”

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Karen Parks

Karen Parks,

Karen Parks is a reporter at WFTV.