Cameron Ray, who is from East Texas was murdered along Lower Greenville while visiting Dallas.
Cameron Ray was among those that traveled to Dallas from East Texas for a special occasion,
Cameron Ray came to celebrate a birthday last month, while he list his life to it.
Det. Tonya McDaniel of the Dallas Police Department stated that he had fun and did nothing wrong.
The officer also said that he and three of his pals were out strolling late at night when they came across a disturbance that was not their fault.
The collision happened at the intersection of Greenville Avenue and Martel Avenue. A fight broke out, which quickly escalated into a bloodbath.
Because several people were fighting, it was difficult to identify everyone. Ray and his friends walked to their vehicle after the fight was over.
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But then a black suspect car and some people in the vehicle opened fire on Cameron and his friends. Officials say the car appeared to be a Suburban or Tahoe.
The Suspects in the Murder of Cameron Ray were Caught on CCTV. The cameras caught a man smoking and walking past Cameron and his companions on a surveillance camera.
Anybody who ain’t been able to find it. This what’s going on. One of the men involved Is believed to be Kelvin Joseph. Not sure why everyone is being all cryptic and beating around the bush. Other than Tuck. He’s had enough excitement.
The attacker appeared to be waiting for Ray and his companions to say anything before punching them. He was also puffing on a cigarette or a blunt.
Then a video of numerous people fighting was taken. After they finished fighting and got into the vehicle, some males in a black suspect’s vehicle opened fire on the victim.
In the meantime, the suspects that cops were seeking got caught on camera, and Mc Daniel claims that these were the same individuals involved in the altercation.
Police have released a video from one of the locations where they believe the suspects traveled the night Ray was slain on Lower Greenville.
Cameron Ray was 20 years of age. Personal details about the young man are not yet available on Wikipedia or other sites.
Meanwhile, anyone with the information on the scene is encouraged to call at 469-261-6790 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.