"We need to put these guns down:" Vigil held for Donovan Hines, shot and killed near 29th and Hampton
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee man, shot while driving his car, was remembered.
The vigil for Donovan Hines took place Tuesday afternoon.
He was shot near 29th and Hampton early Monday and his car ended up slamming into a house.
The Salvation Army organized the vigil. Hines' mother works for the Salvation Army's chaplaincy program and she spoke at the vigil.
"In the city of Milwaukee, we need to put these guns down young men, and we need to start lovin' on one another, that's the only way we're gonna make it. Not killin' each other. And I'm hurtin,' y'all hurt me really bad. And I know what mothers feel like now," said Brenda Hines, mother of the victim.
Milwaukee Police are still searching for suspects. If you have any information, you're asked to call them.