Vigil held for 2 teens shot in double homicide in Las Vegas

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Friends and family gathered Monday night for a candlelight vigil to honor two teens shot and killed in an Aug. 3 double homicide.

The victims, 19-year-olds Harlee Deborski and Timothy Bailey, were to be remembered during the vigil at Desert Breeze Park in the western Las Vegas Valley.

Deborski and Bailey were both shot in the head at a home in northwest Las Vegas. The suspected shooter, 19-year-old Chance Underwood, was arrested Thursday on two murder charges. He is being held without bail at the Clark County Detention Center.

Before the vigil got underway, music played, lifting spirits as many people shared memories of the two fallen teens.

Trevor Goldman said Harlee and Tim were his younger sister’s friends, but he became good friends with them six years ago and spent a lot of time with them. The 21-year-old said the shooting suspect had been the two teens’ best friend, but that friendship ended. But, he said, no one could have seen the tragic shooting coming.

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