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Kameron Johnson

Age 18

Ogden, Utah

He dreamed of college and cars

Friends called him “a kind and gentle young heart.” His brother called him Lil Bird.

He had college aspirations and loved playing football. He dreamed of turning his passion for sports into a career as an athletic trainer when he graduated from Ben Lomond High School. He wanted to buy a Ford Mustang.

Kameron Johnson, 18, of Ogden, Utah, was home sick from school when he and his older brother were shot in their home on West Lake Street. While his brother remains in critical condition, Kameron died from his injuries on Feb. 11, 2019.

By Sarah Emily Baum · Age 18
Meet the Reporters

More than 300 siblings

Yaleah Hall

Sister, daughter, dancer, since day one

Elisha Amon Cole

Dreaming big, working on his portfolio

Lia Lin Collier

A light, “unrelenting joy” extinguished

Peyton Nicole Hurt

Still helping others, even in death

Ryan Amadeo Dela Cruz

Gone, two weeks shy of graduation

Rashaad Izil Wisher

One brother buried. Then another one.

Izabella Marie Helem

Brother shoots his sister by accident

Raydale Hill

Can no longer create his music

Jaquincy Jawan Ross

Wanted to buy her a scooter

Lorenzo Moore-Vaughn

About to start his senior year

Elijah Foster

Dope Boy Gang. One less member.

Jeremiah Ascencio

Last moments spent cradling his brother

Shondricka J'Nay Adams

Celebrating one night, gone the next

Ty'Dre Shyheim Hailey

She didn’t know it was real

Jayden Fondeur

His older brother found him first

Jontae Billups-Brooks

An athlete and a music lover

Rashiya Melton

Joins brother, leaves behind her twin

Caydence Nicole Painter

Reading, dancing, playing. Siblings shot together.

Jovontia Antonio Jones

A runner grieved by seven siblings

Brandon Nathan Tyson

Friday night lights end in tragedy