Mourners honor victims in south Richmond quadruple homicide

Mourners honor victims in south Richmond quadruple homicide
Emotions overflowed Monday evening, as family and friends in a south Richmond neighborhood remember the victims in last week's quadruple shooting. The stirring candlelight vigil was held on Roanoke Street. Mourners sang, prayed and shed tears for Michelle Kelly, her two-year-old son Keytrell, and family friend Adreena Gary. Relatives of the young women shared touching memories.

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - "Adreena had a big personality, nothing she wouldn't do for you, when she loved you she loved you," said Andrea Gary, Adreena's mother.

"I'm going to miss my sister. I'm going miss my nephew the most…. and Adreena as well. I watched them grow up together the past several years. Those girls were really close," said Darius Kelly-Taylor, Michelle's oldest brother.

Police say the gunman who killed the two women and little boy was actually child's the father, who also shot and killed himself during the incident.

Memorial funds have been set up for the victims at any Wells Fargo Bank, under the "Adreena Gary foundation" and "Michelle and Baby Key memorial."

A memorial service for Adreena Gary will be held Tuesday at the

Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist Church at 6 p.m.. Michelle and Keytrell Kelly's memorial service will be held Friday, at Mimms Funeral Home.

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