How they died

Over the past 10 years, violence has taken the lives of 114 Sacramento teens

June 22, 2017 6:00 AM

Young people between the ages of 15 and 19 were twice as likely to be killed in Sacramento County as the general population. More teens were killed by gunshot wounds to the head than by any other means, and guns were used to kill teenagers here at a significantly higher rate than the national average.

Here are the 114 teenagers who died violently in Sacramento County since 2007.

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2017
Daniel Murti
Sergio Murti
Jordan Pannell
Russell Jarvis
Glen Myers
Ahjanique Hodges
Mia Vasquez
2016
Alessa Rojas
Raul Fischer Rodriguez
Gurnoor Singh
Deonte Whiteside
Sergey Makarenko
Deston Garrett
Macy Murphy
Christian Torres
2015
Jaulon “J.J.” Clavo
Isaiah Diaz
Zai Wu
Kaveon Plummer-Lee
Joseph Burrola
Jamison Daggs
Erik Ozee
Miguel Martinez
Albert Alexander
Harley Bonacci
Lamar McCants
Jose Rodriguez
Shukeim Murray
2014
Vincent Amaya
Garren Bookman
Daniel Rodriguez
Steven Crider
Michael Sambrano
Cheaquis Jones
Nicole Duarte
2013
Brayan Castanon
Juwan Howard
Darron Lee
Wade Shingu
Ricardo Guerrero
Javillion Ward
Timothy Heu
Alvin Valentine
Lashawn Peters
Devontae Bradford
Anthony Navarro
2012
Michael Burdan
Dijon Smith
Maliek McClendon
Angel Yanez
Wesley Wheeler
Ascencion Herrera
Chou Vang
Joshua Baker
Joseph Oropesa
Jacob Green
Jorden Benedict
Jessica Funk-Haslam
Tralane Thomas
2011
Jose Galindo Sepulveda
Minor Leon
Montrey Hodge
Laki Lopa
Vladimir Korets
Francisco Flores
Rashad Alexander
Jamir Miller
Richard Ward
2010
Elijah Cook
Tiekarian Troutman
Jesse Jones
Vern Cheo Saeteurn
Jimmy Le
Christopher Xiong
Lanajah Dupree
D’Andre Blackwell
Jazzmyne Bruner
Joe Tyes
Christopher Valdes
Marlon Aguilar Morales
Marque Johnson
Yanet Cuevas
Rebecca Layson
Marcus Thompson
Aliyah Smith
2009
Perell Waters
Francisco Medina-Tomas
Joshua Trahan-Mays
William Virdee
Gerardo Briseno
Cody Marston
Isaac-Michael Bartkovsky
Ronald Kenoly
2008
Gustavo Lopez
Colin Reid
Emanuel Michel
Jamal Ellison
Robert Haynes
Kevin Marshall
Marcus Mayes
Isidro Rivas
2007
Aaron Crisp
Noah Seamster
Abel Alonso
Joseph Gomez
Joshua Grosshans
Charles Robinson
Jelisa Office
Dominique Hickman
Jonathan Giurbino
Damien King
Lamar Gasaway
Favian Reyes
Kelly Johnson

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