Robert “Bobby” Durrum, 15, died after a Jan. 18 shooting on Belmont Drive near Preakness Drive in Lexington’s North Pointe subdivision.
Robert “Bobby” Durrum, 15, died after a Jan. 18 shooting on Belmont Drive near Preakness Drive in Lexington’s North Pointe subdivision. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Robert “Bobby” Durrum, 15, died after a Jan. 18 shooting on Belmont Drive near Preakness Drive in Lexington’s North Pointe subdivision. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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