Gone but not forgotten


Those who have lost a loved one to homicide, domestic violence and drunken driving light a candle in their honor Thursday during an annual vigil put on by the Families and Friends of Murder and Homicide Victims support group. Speakers included Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey, Assistant District Attorney Allan Adams, Southeastern Regional Medical Center Clinical Chaplain Bonnie Robbins Reedy and Blondell Locklear, whose son Arrow Jerome Locklear was shot and killed. Those who have lost a loved one to homicide, domestic violence or drunken driving light a candle in their honor Thursday during an annual vigil put on by the Families and Friends of Murder and Homicide Victims support group. Speakers included Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey, Assistant District Attorney Allan Adams, Southeastern Regional Medical Center Clinical Chaplain Bonnie Robbins Reedy and Blondell Locklear, whose son Arrow Jerome Locklear was shot and killed.


Those who have lost a loved one to homicide, domestic violence and drunken driving light a candle in their honor Thursday during an annual vigil put on by the Families and Friends of Murder and Homicide Victims support group. Speakers included Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey, Assistant District Attorney Allan Adams, Southeastern Regional Medical Center Clinical Chaplain Bonnie Robbins Reedy and Blondell Locklear, whose son Arrow Jerome Locklear was shot and killed.

Those who have lost a loved one to homicide, domestic violence or drunken driving light a candle in their honor Thursday during an annual vigil put on by the Families and Friends of Murder and Homicide Victims support group. Speakers included Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey, Assistant District Attorney Allan Adams, Southeastern Regional Medical Center Clinical Chaplain Bonnie Robbins Reedy and Blondell Locklear, whose son Arrow Jerome Locklear was shot and killed.

Those who have lost a loved one to homicide, domestic violence and drunken driving light a candle in their honor Thursday during an annual vigil put on by the Families and Friends of Murder and Homicide Victims support group. Speakers included Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey, Assistant District Attorney Allan Adams, Southeastern Regional Medical Center Clinical Chaplain Bonnie Robbins Reedy and Blondell Locklear, whose son Arrow Jerome Locklear was shot and killed. Those who have lost a loved one to homicide, domestic violence or drunken driving light a candle in their honor Thursday during an annual vigil put on by the Families and Friends of Murder and Homicide Victims support group. Speakers included Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey, Assistant District Attorney Allan Adams, Southeastern Regional Medical Center Clinical Chaplain Bonnie Robbins Reedy and Blondell Locklear, whose son Arrow Jerome Locklear was shot and killed.
http://robesonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_vigil-4-_cmyk.jpgThose who have lost a loved one to homicide, domestic violence and drunken driving light a candle in their honor Thursday during an annual vigil put on by the Families and Friends of Murder and Homicide Victims support group. Speakers included Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey, Assistant District Attorney Allan Adams, Southeastern Regional Medical Center Clinical Chaplain Bonnie Robbins Reedy and Blondell Locklear, whose son Arrow Jerome Locklear was shot and killed. Those who have lost a loved one to homicide, domestic violence or drunken driving light a candle in their honor Thursday during an annual vigil put on by the Families and Friends of Murder and Homicide Victims support group. Speakers included Robeson County Sheriff Kenneth Sealey, Assistant District Attorney Allan Adams, Southeastern Regional Medical Center Clinical Chaplain Bonnie Robbins Reedy and Blondell Locklear, whose son Arrow Jerome Locklear was shot and killed.
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