Bryant Lee, an 18-year-old football standout who had plans to attend Southern University in the fall, was fatally shot at a graduation party in Baton Rouge on Friday, reports WBRZ.
They said the McKinley High senior and starting quarterback for the 2016 season was shot Saturday while attending the party a few blocks from his North Baton Rouge home. Baton Rouge Police say one victim was struck in the head when the shooting occurred around 1:50 a.m.
According to EMS Spokesperson Mike Chustz, two others suffered minor injuries in the shooting.
According to the outlet, this was the second time that Lee had been the victim of a shooting in North Baton Rouge; last year he was wounded in the leg during a drive-by shooting.
Four People Killed Within Four Hours In Chicago During Violent Attacks
Teen Killed, 8-Year-Old Wounded In St. Louis Shooting Spree
Baton Rouge Football Standout Killed At Graduation Party was originally published on newsone.com
Register to Win Tickets to See Chris Stapleton at NRG March 16
Beyonce Looks Magical In Custom Sheer Dress For Her Oscars Gold Party
Win The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience with Passes & Hotel Stay
Are Donna Summer's Kids Fighting Over Her $75 Million Fortune?
Win Passes To NCAA Men’s Final Four Fan Fest OR The Final Four Music Festival
Southern Soul March March 11th Humble Civic Center
You Must Ask Your Daughter’s Boyfriend These 10 Questions
Houston Man Who Says His Daughter Died During His Police Chase Charged With Murder