Dozens of people came together at Elton Town Park to remember Oshae Doffney and pray with his grieving family.
“Honestly I was shocked. I didn’t understand why someone would do that,” said former classmate of Oshae’s, Sarah Davis.
Another former classmate says he felt lost and numb when he heard the news his friend was killed.
“One thing were not certain about is that we never know when our light will go out. The candle you hold is a memory of Oshae,” said Pastor Milton Clayton.
Eunice Police has made an arrest in connection with that fatal shooting that claimed the life of Oshae Doffney.