Wednesday will be a day that many will never forget in the community of Frayser located in North Memphis after a young 20 year-old man, Brandon D. Webber, was shot and killed.
Although reports claim that the U.S. Marshals approached Brandon D. Webber, who was getting into his car then proceeded to ram one of their vehicles and then showed a rifle, Webber’s girlfriend, Alorea Hardwick, tells a different account.
In a response, Hardwick, who went into labor after the shooting and has been hysterical over his death, says the U.S. Marshals rammed Webber’s car after pulling up behind. This is contrary to the reports that Webber rammed them.
“I’m so lost for words and everything…” says, Alorea Hardwick.
To add even more to what many believe was an excessive shooting, Hardwick adds that his neck was broken during the incident.
While sitting in her hospital bed, Hardwick says “My baby’s birth date is going to be on his tombstone as the day he died.”
Currently, a GoFundMe is being held for Brandon D. Webber’s funeral costs, a trust fund for his children as well as to open up a private investigation.