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Questions Surround Teenager's Death
SOUTH FAIRMOUNT, Ohio (Angela Ingram) -- Training at the Findlay Street boxing program started Wednesday evening with a prayer.
Coach Daryl Jones have to explain to his young students why their 14-year-old friend won't be coming back.
"He was a regular. I mean he was a regular that I could depend on seeing him every day. And this day he did not come," Coach Daryl Jones said.
Tuesday Dwayne was supposed to be at the gym.
"Won his first three or four fights well mannered very respectful and it's kind of hard to say anything wrong about this young kid."
Police found the young boys body at Blaine and Knox miles away from his home on Hawaiian Terrace. Wednesday evening Dwayne's name covered concrete and buildings and groups of young people gathered for a vigil.
"He didn't deserve it. He was a good kid. Lived his life the right way and all this gotta stop. People know what they did. They know what they did for no reason. It's no reason behind it. No reason at all. It's a sick world we live in, " Dwayne's friend, TY said.
For the neighborhood kids and the boxing students that new Dwayne his death is devastating.
No one in the neighborhood could understand why Dwayne was in the South Fairmount area but the young people in Hawaiian Terrace say Tuesday they saw him get into a black colored car possibly an Infinity and leave the area.
The information about the car has not been confirmed through police.
Investigators have not said what, if any, connection Dwayne had with the South Fairmount neighborhood.