Orland, Florida – A 19-year-old guy was shot and died at the conclusion of a high school football game on Saturday night in Orlando, according to authorities, and the neighborhood is in mourning. Four suspects, including a child who was armed, were taken into custody, according to Orlando Police Chief Eric Smith, who made the announcement during a news conference on Saturday night.
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Smith claims that after the game between Wekiva High School from Apoka and Jones High School on Saturday, there was an altercation in the parking lot while police officers cleared the stadium. Gamaine Patrick Brown was later recognized as the murder victim by OPD.
Regina Hill, the commissioner of Orlando, revealed to ABC News station WFTV that Brown was a member of the Christian organization My Brother’s Keeper. Two additional people were hurt during the shooting, according to Orlando’s News Six. On Sunday, George Brown posted the following publicly on Facebook: “Baby brother, I love you more than anything. I only hope I survive this.