On December 24, American boxing was stained with blood. Danny Kelly Jr, a 30-year-old professional fighter, was assassinated that day in Clinton (Meryland, state United) after being shot to death in front of his romantic partner and their three children. The family was driving to the family dinner at Good night when she was mugged by a gunman.
Kelly was behind the wheel. In the middle of the road, a car crossed in front of them and in it was a man, still unidentified, who poked a gun from inside his vehicle and shot the boxer to death. The fighter’s girlfriend and her three children, ages 4, 7 and 9, were not harmed during the assault.
“Patrol officers were called to the 4400 block of St. Barnabas Road. They discovered that Kelly was unresponsive in the driver’s seat of a pickup truck and suffered gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead shortly afterwards at a hospital,” explains the Police it’s a statement. “Detectives are working to identify the suspect and the suspicious vehicle,” it adds in it.
The work of the Police, right now, is focused on collecting the recordings of the security cameras present at the crime location to try to identify the murderer and the vehicle: “At this moment, detectives are investigating whether this was a possible case of road rage, “the statement added.
“This is an absolutely heartbreaking loss for Mr. Kelly’s family and friends,” he said. David Blazer, Acting Major of the Major Crimes Division of the County Sheriff’s Office Prince George, in the statement. “He is not at home with his loved ones this Christmas, who are now mourning his loss instead of celebrating the holiday.”
We are seeking the community’s assistance in connection with the fatal shooting of 30-year-old Danny Kelly Jr. on Christmas Eve. A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case. https://t.co/ITClk1khUH
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“He was a wonderful father. He loved his babies. He loved his children,” commented some relatives of Kelly Jr. in WUSA-TV. “We love him because he was always there for all of us,” his grandmother said on television.
Danny Kelly Jr. had his last fight in 2019 against the fighter Nick Kisner and had a record of 10 wins, three losses and a draw. American boxing suffers its tragic loss.
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