Twenty-three of Lexington’s 24 homicide victims in 2016 died from gunshot wounds, including, clockwise from top left, Trinity Gay, Nathaniel McNealy, Caleb Hallett, Maryiah Coleman and Nova Marie Gallman.
Twenty-three of Lexington’s 24 homicide victims in 2016 died from gunshot wounds, including, clockwise from top left, Trinity Gay, Nathaniel McNealy, Caleb Hallett, Maryiah Coleman and Nova Marie Gallman. Herald-Leader
Twenty-three of Lexington’s 24 homicide victims in 2016 died from gunshot wounds, including, clockwise from top left, Trinity Gay, Nathaniel McNealy, Caleb Hallett, Maryiah Coleman and Nova Marie Gallman. Herald-Leader

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