Chief Deputy David Davis of Bibb County Sheriff's Office said that they are working on leads in the Shar'bora Daniels case, but that their investigation did determine that neither Daniels nor anyone in her family was the intended target in this shooting.
A month later, the family wants to know who did this to their daughter.
"How could you be so cold-blooded knowing that you did this and that you killed this child that was on her road to her goals and dreams you're still out there with no conscience at all," said Lori Daniels, Shar'bora Daniels' stepmother.
The 18-year-old Central High graduate was hit by a bullet fired from outside her father's Brookhaven Road home. Daniels was sitting inside playing video games with her brother, Chris.
A month after her death, the Daniels family said that they don't feel safe in their home.
Lori Daniels, Shar'bora's stepmother, said that her son Chris won't sleep in his own room. She also said that they avoid the front area of the house, where the bullet came in.
"When we have to go back there to do something in that part of the house, everybody has to come," said Lori Daniels. "We don't want to live here anymore, we don't call this home anymore, this is somewhere we're staying until we get out here."
Lori Daniels described Shar'bora as a bright and sweet daughter. She said that she had a bright future. Shar'bora graduated from Central High School and was accepted into Macon State College and Clark Atlanta University.
"Shy wanted to make the world beautiful. She was, I can't explain Shy is someone that you just had to meet," said Daniels. "She wanted to be an organ donor and that's what they did they donated her organs so even in death Shy is still helping somebody. "
Davis said their investigation determined that they don't think this was a revenge type of shooting because in those cases there are usually multiple gunshots. In Daniels' case, there was only one shot.
Lori Daniels said that she wants people to know that her stepdaughter did not have this coming to her.
"She was an innocent victim in her own home minding her own business on the road to what Lauren Giddings was on to be somebody. I just want to let them know she's not a thug," said Lori Daniels, the stepmother of Shar'bora. "It wasn't a thug on thug crime maybe the person that did it was a thug, but my child, or our child, was not a thug."
Both Davis and the Daniels family ask the public to call crimestoppers at 1-877-68-CRIME if they have any information on her death.