That’s what 17-year-old Lucki Pannell told the Facebook community she was doing at about 7 p.m. Saturday night. Four hours later the first memorial messages started rolling in.
Lucki, I heard the shots but never thought they was for you. We shared endless laughs. Babygirl you in a better place, while you were here you left a lasting impact. Save me a spot. I send my condolences to your family. Your voice will forever ring in my head. Your joans will forever make me laugh. I love you son. #
aye yung dis shit is too impossible to believe man….i cnt get over the fact dat i wont c yu no more…I luv yu lil cuz Rest In Paradise…nd watchn over us all we luv yu #
Wow rest in peace lucki!! I remember taking you home after basketball practice when you played at Marie Reed….so sad.. #
have not released the identity of the victim of a triple shooting in Columbia Heights early Saturday night. Friends of Pannell have taken to Facebook and Twitter to share their grief for the Columbia Heights teen.
Ward One Councilman Jim Graham told the Washington Post before 10 p.m. Saturday night that the victim of fatal gunfire in the 3000 block of Sherman Avenue was a female teenager.
This morning, friends of Pannell published a Rest in Paradise Lucki Pannell Facebook page.
According to her Facebook profile, Pannell was a senior at Cardozo Senior High in Columbia Heights.