Williams said he and Castro drove to the furniture store on Jan. 23 to talk to Davis about $250 he loaned to Castro two nights earlier. Davis insisted the money would be paid back with interest.
Davis followed Castro and Williams to SW 8 and Brookline a few blocks away from the furniture store. Williams said Castro then went to Davis car and shot him once in the head.
Castro and Williams are set for trial in March.
Smith said a year later, she thinks about her son every day. She works at a nursing home and said Davis often volunteered with her at the home.
“Some days I'm OK, and sometimes you just break down. You can't control it,” Smith said.
“He was such an outgoing and friendly person. He was always for the underdog. If someone was getting picked on, he stood up for them.”
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Some days I'm OK, and sometimes you just break down. You can't control it.”
Mother of Darryl Davis,