Associated Press Originally published January 8, 2006 SAVANNAH, Ga. // Among the manicured bushes and gnarled oaks on Orleans Square, two bouquets of roses lie near the spot where a debutante was shot before dawn on Christmas Eve. A robber shot 19-year-old Jennifer Ross a few hours after she danced with her father at Savannah's Christmas Cotillion, her formal introduction as a woman of society. She died New Year's Day. <snip> The Christmas Cotillion that Ross attended on Dec. 23 on Savannah's downtown riverfront "should have been a highlight of her life," her uncle said, remembering his niece in her white gown being presented to the crowd. Later, after celebrating downtown, Ross and three friends went in search of a taxi. Three men emerged from the shadows of Orleans Square. One struck Ross' friend Bret Finley on the head and demanded his wallet. Finley, 20, told police he heard two shots. Ross recovered enough to talk with family and give a police interview. She died New Year's Day after an artery weakened by the bullet ruptured, said David Simons, a family spokesman. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/nationworld/bal-te.deb08jan08,1,3364358.story?coll=bal-nationworld-headlines No arrests have been made in Jennifer's murder.