Cassandra Damper: Alleged Shooter of the Facebook Live Video on Devyn Holmes Shooting

A woman believed to be Cassandra Damper was playing with a gun, when it accidentally went off shooting Devyn Holmes in the head. Here is what you need to know about the alleged shooter.

On late Saturday (March 31) night, three people —Devyn Holmes, Cadillac Coleman, and Cassandra Damper— were sitting in a car when things turned deadly. They were at a Valero gas station off Southmore Boulevard in Houston, Texas.

The incident was recorded as a Facebook Live video on Coleman’s account. In the video, Holmes and Damper are in the front seat with a gun on the console, and Coleman is in the back seat.

Damper then takes hold of the gun and points it towards the camera. Holmes mentions being “nervous,” and looks as though he is trying to take the gun away from Damper.

However, she pulls the trigger and a bullet struck Holmes in the head. Houston police were called, and Holmes was taken to Ben Taub Hospital. He is reportedly in critical condition and on life support.

Who Is Cassandra Damper?

She was born on June 2, 1992, which makes her age 25. Her Facebook page lists that she lives in Houston.

Damper has two Facebook profiles, the other one goes by “Sandy Dee” and has Devyn Holmes and Cadillac Coleman listed as friends. As of now, it is not known how close she is to the victim.

When Was She Arrested?

Sandy Dee

Photo: Facebook/sandode

Damper was booked by Houston Police Department Southeast Jail on April 1, 2018. Her charges include homicide related tampering with evidence.

Cassandra Damper Jail Record

Photo: Houston Police Jail Division

After the gun was fired in the video, both Damper and Coleman are seen leaving the vehicle.

The investigation is ongoing, with the case reportedly being referred to a grand jury.