Somebody Got Murdered: Remembering Innocent Bystander Slain Last Month in Brooklyn
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Date: Thursday, Dec. 17, 8:18 p.m.
Location: Outside 42 Hampton Place, Brooklyn.
The loss three weeks ago of 18-year-old Brooklyn youth Darrell Gresham lingers among his extended family, and at his church and his school.
Gresham was shot to death outside of his father's home on Hampton Place Dec. 17 by a gunman who walked up and started firing. Gresham was an innocent bystander, not the target of the shooting, the police said.
Two men, who may have been acquaintances of the slain teen, drove him to Interfaith Hospital and fled without speaking to authorities.
"My heart just breaks over this," says his uncle Charles Davis. "I tell you he was such a good boy. He had private school his whole education. He was never into trouble or violence. It's just sad to see this happen."...
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