Victim and suspect in ice-rink shooting are former Lake Highlands High School students

We reported earlier in the week on a shooting at the Richardson Ice Training Center. Names of the victim, Lyn-Darrious Jamarcus Bray (20) and suspected trigger man, Markailon Adrell Dailey (18), have been released.

According to several sources, both young men attended Lake Highlands High School in the past few years.

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  • Juliearsa

    Thank you Christina for your comment.  I can’t imagine a Mom or Dad waking up in an apartment with high crime and saying to one another “Aren’t we thrilled that this is the place we have to raise our children?”  I’m guessing that their love of their children is real similar to HOMEOWNERS!

  • http://twitter.com/chughesbabb chughesbabb

    Every kid featured in the below-lonked story (about rising above your situation) is from the apartments. There is a ton of crime in the apartments, but the majority of families who live there are not criminals, just forced by financial limitations to live among some. It’s sad, as commenters have noted, in many ways. http://lakehighlands.advocatemag.com/2011/04/test-of-strength/

  • TXGSH

      Fell in with the wrong crowd.  Is this like falling into a swimming
    pool?  Make no mistake about it, these boys made a choice to be in their
    crowd.  They made a choice to be be drug dealers and gun carrying thugs
    and be in that alley that night.  Live by the sword and live or die
    with the consequences.  I do feel for this boy’s mother. But she knew
    where he was headed, if she was paying attention.  Those gang tattoos on
    his chest didn’t happen because he fell into something. And Wilson, you know very well there is almost 100% probability these kids came out of the apts.  And it is sad that the good, hardworking people get stereotyped with the ugly side.  But we see more evidence of the bad and ugly than we do the good. And it gets old, and kind of scary.  This is not the only crime story in the neighborhood posted by the Advocate this month.  Go ahead, try and convince us that there is equal probability of crime issues coming from the home owners as the apartment dwellers.

  • LH82

    You already said enough.  Fell in with wrong crowd.  How about consequence for your action?  Sorry I want a better LH that has apartments that do not have criminals as residents.  Not all are of course, but enough to continue to be a burden on the neighborhood.  Or is that too superior of an attitude for you?   

  • LH82

    You already said enough.  Fell in with wrong crowd.  How about consequence for your action?  Sorry I want a better LH that has apartments that do not have criminals as residents.  Not all are of course, but enough to continue to be a burden on the neighborhood.  Or is that too superior of an attitude for you?   

  • Wilson!

    And? Got anything constructive to add? Or just venting, feeling all superior assuming that a dead kid lived in some apartments?  

    A lady where I work had a son killed in a situation like this.  Lived in the evil apartments. Fell in with the wrong crowd, etc.   Doesn’t mean her heart was any less broken to bury her kid.  Try looking Lyn’s mom in the eye and telling her how much you devalue apartment residents.

  • LH82

    Not a troll.  Life long LH resident tired of the criminal element in the apartments.  You?

  • Wilson!

    Care to elaborate, or does that get in the way of your trolling? 

  • LH82

    Truth hurts.

  • Wilson!

    I’m sure Lyn’s family’s grief is helped by your insightful sentiment.

  • LH82

    Sad news but anyone want to venture a guess if they were /are some of our valued apartment residents?