[Ed. – Where are the speeches and the TV coverage for this ‘black life,’ now ended.]
Eight people were shot across the city of Chester [Pa.] on Monday — a violent day recorded in a city that needs help. That troubling statistic was met with a major development in a tragic homicide.
A month after they buried their 13-year-old son, the Davis family got news Tuesday from U.S. Marshals and police that four people are now held on first-degree murder in their son’s killing.
Police have charged 23-year-old Tavon Starkey, 23-year-old Keyonte Watkins, 30-year-old Danielle Showell and 22-year-old Sulayman Womack with first-degree murder and related offenses.
“It’s so bitter for me, man, not just because he’s my son, he was one of these people that’s once-in-a-generational kids. He wasn’t selfish about himself because of his athletic ability he had,” father Kyle Davis said.
Ny’Ques Davis had an infectious smile. The Chester eighth-grader was a natural talent on the basketball court and football field.