Arthur Mae Brown consoles Jacarlos Moran's mother, after she learns her son, just 15 years old is shot and killed.
"I stop kids if I see them doing wrong, arguing trying to fight I talk to him," explained Brown.
This morning Brown was too late. Jacarlos was standing with 15 other teens inside a Shreveport home, when he was struck by a bullet.
Brown says Jacarlos was a good kid, "I'm tore up, I'm tore up."
Witnesses tell NBC six off camera for weeks the teens kept arguing, which they believe led to this.
Now police are investigating.
"The suspect fled with the firearm," explained Sgt. Bill Goodin. "Apparently according to initial witness statements, he (suspect) came back to the scene to make apologies."
Apologies Brown is accepting as she helps the victim's mother get through this troubling time.
"I hug her and told her God is good. He's a good God I know he's been good to me," added Brown. "I'm sorry that it happened, but it's a lesson for the other kids."