Sixteen year old Terrance Winn is being described as an innocent bystander. A Shreveport high school football star caught in the wrong place at the wrong time. Last weekend, a bullet fired randomly into a growing crowd in a McDonalds parking lot hit Winn. He died at the corner of Hearne Avenue and North Market Street. There are now three suspected gunmen, and one of them is Winns step-brother, 22 year old Torrance Williams. He and the other two suspects face manslaughter charges. But, the legalities were not welcome Saturday at Southern University. Thats where Winns family and friends gathered to pay their respects. "Being on Pines Road playing ball chasing girls, learning from me," says Mario Johnson as he remembers growing up with Winn. Johnson feels like his friends death was not supposed to happen. The loved ones who came out for Winns funeral feel the same way. At the funeral they bowed their heads in sorrow, hoping for solace from the sweet sounds of gospel hymns. Others who never met Winn attended the service, to show support to a grieving family. Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover was one of them. He told KTAL that Winns death "...is a loss to the family, to the community and a loss to the school." He went on to say, "So we want to use this situation to encourage young people to think before they act and ultimately make better decisions." Some of Winns young friends agree, saying to lose such a bright person to violence was an eye-opener.