Trinity Gay, the daughter of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay, died the morning of Oct. 16 after being shot at a restaurant in Kentucky.
She was 15.
According to a police report obtained by WKYT.com, Gay was shot in the neck after two cars exchanged gunfire outside of a Lexington Cook Out location. She died at the hospital as a result of her injuries.
On Oct. 17, three men pleaded not guilty in connection with the shooting, according to Emily Shapiro and Devin Villacis of ABC News. Dvonta Middlebrooks was charged with "wanton endangerment and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon."
Chazerae Taylor and his son, D'markeo Taylor, were also arrested and charged with "wanton endangerment," according to Shapiro and Villacis. The two admitted to firing shots, per the Associated Press (h/t Shapiro and Villacis).
On Thursday, TMZ Sports noted that the Lexington Police Department believes 20-year-old Lamonte A. Williams was involved. He was arrested in connection to the shooting.
Evan Gorman of WLEX-LEX passed along statements from Tyson Gay:
Former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson offered his condolences:
Trinity Gay was following in her father's footsteps, starring on the track team at Lafayette High School.
Tyson Gay attended Lafayette before becoming a three-time Olympian and world champion on multiple occasions. He ran the third leg of the 4x100 relay team at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
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