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Murder Victim Memorial Destroyed

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A memorial put up for a murder victim a few weeks ago has already been destroyed.

Lawton police say someone ran their car over the memorial for Shallaina Jackson.

It was just this past April 16th that a few friends and a minister erected the 3 crosses adorned with flowers to remember the mother of 6 who was stabbed to death in March.

Johnny Davis, a friend of Shallaina Jackson said, "It's just plain wrong for a 26-year-old woman to die like the way she did."

Davis had known Shallaina since she was a small girl and was good friends with her mother.

He came to put another cross at her memorial after he learned it had been destroyed.

He said he hopes her killer is caught along with the vandals.

 

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