His brothers said they always had faith in their baby brother, also known as “CJ.”
“C.J. was a special character,” Adrian Taylor said. “He represented his family well … couldn’t ask for a better brother.”
Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson said Miller and another officer found Taylor “freely roaming” inside the dealership when they arrived. After Taylor tried to escape from another side of the building, the other officer used a stun gun and Miller fired four rounds with his service weapon, Johnson said.
Police had gone to the Classic Buick GMC dealership in Arlington, about 10 miles west of Dallas, after being contacted by a company that manages security cameras for the car dealership. Police were advised that someone had driven a car onto the lot, started to damage another car, then drove his own vehicle through the glass front of the showroom, a police sergeant said earlier Saturday.
While officers investigate Christian Taylor’s death, his brothers want people to know more about him.
“Couldn’t ask for nothing more,” Joshua Taylor said. “[He] did everything he was asked to do … took care of his business … definitely on the right path and was getting his life together.”
“You’re gonna make mistakes you have to learn,” Adrian Taylor said. “He didn’t get a chance to learn. His life is over.”
he Chicago Blackhawks led for a healthy chunk of Thursday’s Central Division clash against the St. Louis Blues, but they weren’t able to hold on as Vladimir Tarasenko scored twice to lift the Blues to a 2-1 victory.
The win seals the Blackhawks’ fate, as they will open the 2016 postseason on the road against either the Blues or the Dallas Stars. Jonathan Toews scored the lone goal of the game for the Blackhawks, notching a tally during 4-on-4 action in the second period.
“To us, he was the villain,” The fan’s voice blared in the arena. “But his performance was so awesome that you can’t help but respect it.”
When the game finally did get underway, the Jazz immediately got down to business, while the Lakers seemingly forgot they had to play a 48-minute game. About five and a half minutes into the contest, the Lakers only had two points and Utah had already opened up a 15-point lead.