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Families Want Justice for Slain Teens



    Families Want Justice for Slain Teens

    The families of two teenagers are asking the public to help finding the boys' killer.

    A vigil was held Tuesday morning at Brunswick Premier Lanes in Chula Vista by the families of Brandon Johnson, 16, of Lemon Grove, and his best friend, 15-year-old Donnell Davis Jr., of San Diego. The boys were shot to death on March 16, 2008, on state Route 54 as they were riding home after a night out bowling.

    Investigators said that a car pulled alongside the car the teens were riding in and fired multiple rounds into their car.

    The teens met in sixth grade and were "life-long friends" until their deaths, police said.

    "They went to the bowling alley. They never came back. I don't know the details of it," said a weeping Kiesha Davis, Donnell' s mom. "They left, they died, and we're here.... We deserve to know what happened to our boys. We're just asking for help."

    A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered by Crime Stoppers to anybody who can provide information leading to an arrest. Anybody with information about the case can call in a tip anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.