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Man sentenced to 45 years in prison for killing former Dallas High School star WR Ledajrick Cox

Ledajrick Cox a former star wide receiver and Prom King at Carter High School in Dallas was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting back in 2017. This week, his family finally was able to get some justice. Please pray for the Cox family.

The family of Ledajrick Cox will finally get some justice. In 2017, Ledajrick was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting at a 7-Eleven.

The jury convicted Jeremiah Robinson, a 22-year-old man, and he was sentenced to 45 years in prison for killing Cox, a standout football player at Carter High School football player, according to the Dallas Morning News. The sad thing is Cox was the prom king and killed hours after his graduation.

A Dallas County jury convicted Jeremiah Robinson of murder last week for the 2017 drive-by shooting that killed Ledajrick “LD” Rajaeu Cox.

Robinson requested a new trial and is not the only person being charged with the murder. Courtney Wright is also being charged with murder. He is awaiting trial and was the driver of the vehicle.

Cox signed with Navarro College and dreamed of one day playing in the NFL. Please continue to pray for the Cox family, as well as the killers. Many people make mistakes in life, and three people and their families are suffering right now, because of an unwanted comment to a female. Please pray for our youth.

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