Devontae Hemans at home with his family: (from left) his mother Latrese Williams, sister Bre’yonna Williams, Deneisha Harris, Hemans and Joshua Sampson. A stray bullet from a drive-by pierced him in early October, and he still has the bullet in his body. He and his family no longer feel safe outside.
Devontae Hemans at home with his family: (from left) his mother Latrese Williams, sister Bre’yonna Williams, Deneisha Harris, Hemans and Joshua Sampson. A stray bullet from a drive-by pierced him in early October, and he still has the bullet in his body. He and his family no longer feel safe outside. Pedro Portal pportal@miamiherald.com
Devontae Hemans at home with his family: (from left) his mother Latrese Williams, sister Bre’yonna Williams, Deneisha Harris, Hemans and Joshua Sampson. A stray bullet from a drive-by pierced him in early October, and he still has the bullet in his body. He and his family no longer feel safe outside. Pedro Portal pportal@miamiherald.com

He carries a bullet from a drive-by in his arm, but it hasn’t hurt his positive spirit

November 24, 2017 08:30 AM

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