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Joseph Anthony Pintucci

Age 18

Dallas, Texas

Blue eyes, dimples and chubby cheeks

He was raised by his aunt and uncle from the age of 6, in a childhood filled with affection. An adventurous boy, he enjoyed sword fights, football and fire trucks.  

In high school, he loved driving his car, playing video games and rebuilding tools with his grandfather. He had a girlfriend; one of their favorite activities was binge-watching “Adventure Time.” She adored his blue eyes, dimples and chubby cheeks.

On Jan. 24, 2019, Joseph Anthony Pintucci was shot in Dallas, Texas, in a parking lot of Dick’s Sporting Goods store. He was taken to nearby Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, but later died.

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