Man killed in downtown Sacramento capturing recognized by household

The man killed in an early-morning shooting in downtown Sacramento on Monday was identified by his family as 31-year-old Greg Najee Grimes. . He then went to Boise State on a scholarship before returning to Inderkum to work as an assistant coach and football teacher. “We are saddened to hear of the passing of Greg Grimes. Our sincere thoughts are with his family and friends, and all the individuals he connected with through his work. at Inderkum High School,” the Natomas Unified School District said in a statement. | MORE | A homicide investigation is underway after four people were injured, one was killed in a shooting in downtown Sacramento “We want people to know what many people lost today. One person. friend, a coach, a teacher, a grandson, a grandson, a cousin, a son and most importantly a father,” his family said in a statement this morning. Monday. The shooting happened around 2 a.m. near a nightclub in the 15th and L streets area, police said. Four other people were injured in the shooting. Sacramento police are seeking community support and are asking anyone with video evidence of the shooting to submit it using a QR code.

The man was killed in a early morning shot in downtown Sacramento was identified Monday by his family as 31-year-old Greg Najee Grimes.

Grimes attended Inderkum High School in the Natomas area of ​​Sacramento, where he played football, the family said.

He then went to Boise State on a scholarship before returning to Inderkum to work as an assistant coach and football teacher.

“We are saddened to hear of the passing of Greg Grimes. Our sincere thoughts are with his family and friends, and all the individuals he connected with through his work. at Inderkum High School,” the Natomas Unified School District said in a statement.

| MORE | Homicide investigation is underway after 4 people were injured, 1 was killed in shooting in downtown Sacramento

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“We want people to know what many people have lost today. A friend, a coach, a teacher, a grandson, a grandson, a cousin, a son and an important person. Most important is his father,” his family said in a statement Monday morning.

The shooting happened around 2 a.m. near a nightclub in the 15th and L streets area, police said.

Four other people were injured in the shooting.

Sacramento police are seeking community support and are asking anyone with video evidence of the shooting to submit a QR code.

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