BALTIMORE - Emotions ran high tonight as a vigil was held for two teens that were gunned down in West Baltimore earlier this week.
Hundreds gathered to remember the lives of best friends Dominic Perry and Anthony Tarbert.
Early this week police were called to the 1100 block of Wedgewood Road, for a report of shots fired, those shots took the lives of two best friends.
Dominick was found shot in the street, Anthony was found six hours later in a neighbor's yard.
Family friend, Jessica Jones said tonight "we lost two good boys and nobody is giving to many answers. No suspects, it's really sad."
Two weeks ago, a police officer was shot at the same location. Anthony came to his aid.
That night Anthony told us he stayed with the injured officer because "he was on the ground giving out, there was nobody talking to him, he was by himself."
Al Jackson says Anthony was "the only one out there to care for him. That's the type of kid he was."
Paying tribute to these two young lives that have been cut too short due to senseless violence.
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