Many people feel like they are invincible when they are 18. The world is ripe for the picking, and there is nothing they can’t do.

Leon “L.J.” Hopkins Jr. was no different. He had with big dreams of a music career as “Lil El” and his first son was on the way.

In the early morning hours of Oct...

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