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Friends Gather To Remember Homicide Victim

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SPOKANE, Wash. - 19-year-old Dylan Heinen's life ended after an accidental shooting this past week and Sunday afternoon, friends and family gathered for a candlelight vigil to remember his life and say goodbye one last time.

Although Dylan's life was cut short, family and friends say he had a big impact on those around him.

The family held a memorial service Saturday and we were told so many people showed up, they had to start the service late to fit everyone inside.

Spokane Police say 19-year-old Jeremy McVicker is responsible for Dylan's death. We were told the two were good friends and hung out a lot. Friends also said they are still shocked that this happened and will remember Dylan most for his big brother like personality.

For more on this case, see past coverage HERE

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