LeBron James calls for justice in murder of Cleveland Cavaliers Exec sister

LeBron James and his former Ohio NBA team are demanding justice for Ericka Weems, the 37-year-old sister of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ scouting director who was found fatally shot at her home on Monday afternoon.

Akron Police said Weems was found in her room around 3 p.m. with a gunshot wound to the head. Although authorities have not identified any suspects in the case, the Akron County medical examiner said the case was a homicide.

“AKRON OHIO !! My brother’s sister was murdered last weekend in her house! My brother family needs answers as to why and by whom, ”the Los Angeles Laker star tweeted Wednesday afternoon. “My city, I need you to go to work and find out who did this horrible, shameful, disgusting thing to such a caring and loving angel!”

Family members say Weems was last seen at the parents’ home on Saturday night. When Weems failed to show up at a family friend’s house on Monday to watch a child, the friend called her sister, Shermaine Weems-Reed, who went to her house with her husband. There the couple found Weems in the upstairs bedroom and called the authorities.

“I just knew something was wrong with my heart and it was,” Weems-Reed told News 5 Cleveland.

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