Kingston Campbell Wiki – Kingston Campbell Biography
Kingston Campbell, a 6-year-old boy was killed while playing video games in his bedroom when a group of suspects opened fire on his Lynchburg, Virginia, home Monday night.
According to authorities and family members, little Campbell was shot in the head while playing a game on his bed at around 11:12 p.m. and died at the spot. In a statement received by local NBC affiliate station 10 News, his mother stated that her youngest child and only son were murdered in front of his two sisters. To know that someone could be so careless and do that to him breaks my heart,” said Shay Fowler, the bereaved mother. Multiple gunmen fire several shots at Kingston’s home on Floyd Street before fleeing towards 17th Street, according to surveillance footage obtained by police. None of the suspects have been apprehended, and Lynchburg police are appealing to the public for assistance in identifying the shooters.
Kingston Campbell was 6 years old.
Lynchburg Shooting: Kingston Campbell’s Death
“The murder of this child is a senseless tragedy stemming from a violent criminal act that has no place in our community,” said the Lynchburg Police Department in a statement. According to Fowler, her son was slain while engaging in one of his favorite activities. Kingston loved video games and electronics,” she explained. “I mean, this kid would literally sneak up on his Nintendo Switch in the middle of the night just to play Fortnite or Roblox.”
Fowler said her kid enjoyed video games, cuddling stuffed animals, singing in his “beautiful voice,” and making others laugh with his crazy dancing movements. He requested to go to McDonald’s for a Happy Meal almost every day and would pray for the family throughout supper. Kingston had me wrapped around his little finger,” she said. “He was my downfall. My only child. My eldest child. “I will never be the same.”
Kingston had a lovely voice at the age of six, according to Fowler, and he knew he was now with God “singing his big heart out.” I’m hurt that it had to be my child, but I pray that no one else has to go through this pain that I have to,” the bereaved mother said in a statement. “It’s going to be a difficult and long trip for me and my girls… We will always remember Kingston Ah’mon Campbell.”