Sisters, Janice Rahming, 54, and Daphne Clemons, 42, were gunned down in their Boynton Beach home on Saturday night. The bold part about this story is, Detectives say two people opened the front door of the home on Northeast Second Court around 10:45 p.m. carrying high-powered semi-automatic rifles and began shooting at the women.
Police say, there is no reason to believe this was a random shooting or a home invasion. It appears the house was targeted by the shooters and is likely connected to other recent acts of violence in Boynton Beach. The police implying, the shootings may have been a retaliation of some sort.
Police Chief Matt Immler said the shooting could be drug or gang-related, possibly a retribution, adding that; detectives aren’t ruling anything out. It appears nothing was stolen from the home.
The sisters were mothers, wives and a grandmother; the husband of one of the sisters said; they did everything together. And while the younger sister was only visiting here sisters as she often did, she may have been targeted as well.
This story is so sad and shocking, I have relatives all over Florida, in Boynton Beach especially. Thanks to my cousin Amanda (who lives in Atlanta, GA) for the story tip. Amanda was close with the younger sister and is extremely devastated by this tragedy.