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Joel LaFromboise's friends wore red and black Wednesday night when they gathered to remember the lanky kid who brought a smile to Romkey Park. LaFromboise, 17, was killed by a shotgun blast June 20 after he entered a stranger's apartment late at night. The incident happened across the street from the park on Moorhead's east side, where his friends gathered for the memorial on the basketball court where LaFromboise was a fixture.
The man who shot him, Vernon Allen, told police LaFromboise struggled with him and grabbed the barrel of his. The brief memorial began with a prayer circle, in which a Native American prayer was offered, and remembrances from his friends. Some of the anger was aimed at LaFromboise's assailant, with several saying he should have fired a warning shot instead of a lethal blast to the youth's chest.
Christian Gott, 18, the memorial's organizer, lashed out at people who made anonymous accusations against LaFromboise, someone they never knew, on The Forum's online discussion boards. Trending Articles. Crime and Courts.
Red, to symbolize anger and frustration; black, the color of emptiness and grief. Written By: news grandforksherald.
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