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Age 18

Detroit, Michigan

Shot while walking down the street

He lived in the second-most violent big city in America.

Statistically, 1 out of 49 people in Detroit will become a victim of a violent crime. African-American males have a higher chance of dying in the streets of the Motor City than any other race or gender group.

On Nov. 13, 2018, two teenage males were walking on East Outer Drive when shots were fired by a suspect walking past them. One of the victims, age 18, whose name was not released by the police, died at the scene.

By Mary Claire Molloy · Age 18
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