More than 48 hours have gone by ..and no arrests have been made in a shooting spree early Saturday morning ..that killed one innocent teenage girl .. and mortally wounded a second. 13 year old Jazmine Shelton died .. and her friend 14 year old Megan Simmons is in critical condition. Both were victims .. when a hail of bullets hit a mobile home on Missouri Avenue in the Biltmore community of Northwest Jacksonville. Three other people in the home escaped injury. This particularly shocking crime comes at a time when the Mayor has proposed cuts in the sheriff's office budget. Channel 4's Vic Micolucci talked about that today with the city council president .. and is joining us LIVE from the scene of this shooting .. Vic. 3 3 3 LEAD 00-05 32-37 1'01"-1'06"PKG: 11:41:14 - because I just left the scene where I have a dead 13 year old, and 14 year old in the hospital who is on her death bed. That's why I'm here. After the deadly shooting Saturday morning, Sheriff John Rutherford made an emotional plea for help...in finding who killed 13-year-old Jazmine Shelton and left 14-year-old Megan Simmons fighting for her life. Rutherford sa ys he 's fed up that violent, sensless crimes like this one continue to happen in the city...and he wants to put a stop to it. 11:43:49 - it's very frustrating and the key is that we gotta be able to get these folks, we gotta have the man power to go out and get these folks and arrest them for thing before they commit murder, not arrest them after they commit murder and that take staffing. The Sheriff complained about continual public safety cuts...he says he's down 147 police officers, and another 92 community service officers. And as lawmakers consider the next budget, it looks like his office might get cut again. 06:13 "Public safety is a number one priority. We have to look at that as being hte most important service we provide to the community, and it really is." City council president Bill Gulliford says the Mayor's proposed budget calls for a 14 percent cut across the board. The councilman says that's not a good idea when people's lives are at risk.He's going to fight for more funding in the budget due in October...but says that's only part of the solution. 08:54 "I think we've gotta take a hard look at that. Does it solve the problems like we saw with the horrific tragedy this weekend? No, I think it suppresses it some but I think as a community we've gotta come up with a better solution than just putting some more police officers on the street." 3 "Mayor Brown is outraged and saddened by this senseless act of violence. As a father and the former chair of Families of Slain Children, the mayor's thoughts and prayers are with the family members and neighbors affected by 3 3 Vic .. any further comments today from the girls' family or friends?