DARROW – After a shooting in Ascension Parish on Sunday, a teenage boy was slain and his sibling remains in critical condition.
The incident took place in Darrow on LA 22, according to the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office. The other kid was brought to a hospital in severe condition, and deputies discovered a teenage male deceased at the scene.
Treylon Brown, 15, was the youngster who was killed, according to law authorities. Officials also stated that although Brown’s 16-year-old brother is still receiving treatment for critical wounds, his condition is reportedly “improving.”
There was no additional information available right away. The APSO reported that no motive or suspect was known as of Tuesday morning.
Bryford Wilson, Brown’s previous coach in recreational football, claims that he didn’t deserve what happened to him.
“He was a humble kid, very happy, very mannerable, very respectable. He had a certain leadership quality about him that you just couldn’t teach,” Wilson said.
Wilson has a long-standing friendship with Brown and his family. Wilson claims that Brown had a lot of potentials.
“Many people don’t know but he was an avid chess player. So he had the athleticism, the brains, and the mannerisms to be a very successful man.”
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The following statement was made on the shooting and the passing of Michael Brown on Monday morning by St. Amant High School:
Dear Gator Families,
With profound sorrow, I must inform you of the death of one of our students, Treylon Brown. We are all heartbroken by the tragic loss of this young man.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Treylon and his family during this difficult time. We also offer condolences to his friends and all St. Amant High students and staff members, especially his classmates, teachers, and support staff.
Counselors will be on campus Monday to support our Gator family during this difficult time. If your child needs special assistance, don’t hesitate to contact an administrator at 391-6000 or the guidance department at 391-6022.