(KTXL) — A 10-year-old died after being shot during a “dispute among families” in Olivehurst Sunday night, the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department said.

The sheriff’s department said deputies responded to reports of shots fired around 7:40 p.m. on Alicia Avenue where they found a child with a single gunshot wound.

The family later identified the victim as 10-year-old Frankie Rosiles.

“My baby didn’t deserve this,” Lori Rosiles, the mother of Frankie, told FOX 40 News.

Rosiles says she struggles to wrap her mind around the loss of her child, who she described as intelligent and compassionate, a foodie whose hobbies were baseball and karate and who loved to share random facts.

The shooting occurred “outside of the home,” the sheriff’s department said.

According to the sheriff’s department, emergency personnel took Frankie to Adventist Health and Rideout Hospital, located in Marysville, just north of Olivehurst, where he was pronounced dead.

The Marysville Police Department said it received a report of a hit-and-run and located the suspect, 31-year-old Juan Ortiz of Olivehurst, who they believe to be the suspect in the shooting.

The police said Ortiz was injured and that they detained him and turned him over to the sheriff’s department.

The sheriff’s department said Ortiz was arrested on charges of homicide, shooting at an inhabited dwelling, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and being a felon in possession of ammunition.

Though law enforcement says Frankie was clearly an innocent victim, they say the home was targeted.

“I don’t want to believe that the suspect intended to hit that child, but the bottom line is that any time that type of violence happens, you don’t know who you’re going to hit,” Katy Goodson with the Yuba County Sheriff’s Office said.

A GoFundMe has been created to help support the child’s family.

The Marysville Joint Unified School District which overs the school Rosiles attended released saying it would have resources available for students, families, and school personnel.

Our community is heartbroken over the tragic loss of one of our students due to a senseless act of violence. We are devastated to lose such a bright and curious student and we will miss his presence in the classroom and on our campus. While we don’t have a lot of details we can share at this time, we are extremely saddened by this loss and would like to extend our deepest condolences to the student’s family, friends, and loved ones. The loss of a young life is devastating for our entire community. Our district has a Grief Response Team made up of mental health professionals who are trained to help with the needs of students, families, and school personnel at difficult times such as this. We have also increased counseling support available on campus for students today and will provide support as needed throughout the week. 

Fal Asrani, Marysville Joint Unified School District Superintendent

Olivehurst is located in Yuba County, about 45 miles north of Sacramento.