Police say that Devin Bullock, the 19-year-old high school basketball star wounded in a Brewerytown shooting two weeks ago, has died, according to a report from The Philadelphia Inquirer.
This morning on Twitter, @LVBballRankings posted photos of Devin Bullock:
“You better remember me cause your going to be saying my name all game!” – Devin Bullock @ Senior Who’s BAD Classic pic.twitter.com/K3FmJu4V0g
— LVBR (@LVBballRankings) May 5, 2014
A Philadelphia Police commander recently tweeted that suspect James Cole had surrendered, one day after police had turned to the public for assistance. NBC10 spoke with Bullock’s family last week, while he was still fighting for his life.
Joe Kaczmarek covered the original incident for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project last month: Five wounded in latest Philadelphia shootings
As we reported earlier today, six more people were shot overnight in Philadelphia, bringing the total victim count for the first five days May month to 27.
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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