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Remembering Jaeden Sharpe

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click to enlarge Kisha Holloway is comforted by friends and family during a celebration on what would have been her son's 10th birthday, Oct. 3, 2014. They gathered on Lucas Drive in - Durham where Jaeden Sharpe was shot in the head on Jan. 4, 2014. He died Jan. 9. His murder was the first in 2014 in Durham. - JUSTIN COOK
  • Justin Cook
  • Kisha Holloway is comforted by friends and family during a celebration on what would have been her son's 10th birthday, Oct. 3, 2014. They gathered on Lucas Drive inDurham where Jaeden Sharpe was shot in the head on Jan. 4, 2014. He died Jan. 9. His murder was the first in 2014 in Durham.

Jaeden Sharpe was 9 years old when he became Durham's first homicide victim of 2014. Last January, he was shot and killed on Lucas Drive.
On Friday, Oct. 3, family and friends celebrated what would have been Jaeden's 10th birthday.
Kisha Holloway wore a necklace commemorating her son, Jaeden. - JUSTIN COOK
  • Justin Cook
  • Kisha Holloway wore a necklace commemorating her son, Jaeden.

click to enlarge Friends and family remember Jaeden by releasing - balloons on his birthday Friday, Oct. 3. - JUSTIN COOK
  • Justin Cook
  • Friends and family remember Jaeden by releasingballoons on his birthday Friday, Oct. 3.

click to enlarge Fried fish was the main course at the celebration of Jaeden's birth and short life. - JUSTIN COOK
  • Justin Cook
  • Fried fish was the main course at the celebration of Jaeden's birth and short life.

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