D’Angelo McMullen’s Family Releases Statement (Photo)

The family of D’Angelo McMullen released the following statement and photo through the police department on the afternoon of Jan. 14.

“We would like to thank all of our family, friends, and the community for their support during this difficult time.  Please respect our privacy while our family grieves the loss of our very special child.”

D'Angelo McMullen

D’Angelo McMullen

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