The moms and dads of a previous Temple College college student who was shot to loss of life near his West Philadelphia apartment memorialized their slain son 3 months immediately after his death.

“We skip Everett far more and extra each working day, and are continually reminded that we will go on into the future with no him,” Leslie Beauregard said. 

Authorities say Everett Beauregard, 23, was gunned down all-around the corner from his apartment upcoming Drexel College in late-September. Beauregard had just bought off a SEPTA teach in the vicinity of 34th and Marketplace Streets when police say a gunman walked past him and opened fire.

Beauregard was struck 1 time in the back again of the neck, severing his spinal twine, in accordance to police. Online video shared by police displays the gunman run absent soon after Beauregard the capturing and fire at least just one additional time.

“The factor that I wake up in the early morning thinking is that I have to go one more working day with no, you know, becoming ready to text Everett or I have the rest of my existence that I have to reside devoid of him,” Lesile claimed.

The heartbroken mothers and fathers tied ribbons on 35th Street Tuesday in the specific spot where by Everett was gunned down, just close to the corner from an apartment Leslie explained as “the condominium of his goals.” 

Associated Protection

Law enforcement are nevertheless operating to come across Everett’s killer, shown on surveillance video putting on a dark blue hooded sweatshirt through the time of the taking pictures. The Town is also offering $20,000 for information that sales opportunities to the arrest or conviction of the particular person associated. 

“If he did this to any person for no cause, he’s a ticking time bomb and we just want to cease that from going off,” Everett’s father Eric Beauregard explained.