The 2002 graduate of Decatur High School had been in a coma since the accident.He had surgery in Las Vegas for brain injuries, collapsed lungs, a fractured spine, a broken  Sargeants Conveyancing   shoulder and skull- and facial-bone injuries.Also killed in the accident was Jacy Mitchell of Portland, Ore., a female passenger who was crushed when the vehicle rolled over.Lovelace’s immediate family — his father, Decatur attorney Barney Lovelace; mother, Amanda Harris Lovelace; stepmother, Amy Lovelace; grandmother, Betty Sue Harris; brother, Wiley Lovelace; and aunt, U.S.

District Judge Sharon Blackburn — traveled to Las Vegas to be with him before his death.NORTH COURTLAND — A brick-throwing incident resulted in a Town Creek man being shot in the foot here Saturday night by a bullet that ricocheted off his brother’s leg, the police chief said.North Courtland Police Chief Robert Davis said that the man, 21-year-old Jimmy Bolding, was transported by ambulance to Decatur General Hospital.The brother, whom Davis did not identify, refused treatment at the scene.

He said reports from residents lead him to believe that a group of men ages 18 to 24 are operating a car-stereo theft ring in the town.There are at least 10 of them, and Davis said that they could be involved in light drug activities.He said that residents and other law enforcement officers have told him that the Hot Boys have him on their hit list.”They’re in for a rude awakening if they ever approach me in any type of improper manner,” Davis said today.

The incident began when someone threw a brick at a car and shattered its windshield at about 9:30 p.m.It ended with four police agencies having to break up fights in a hostile crowd that gathered at the scene, Davis said.No one was charged at the scene, but Davis said that he is consulting with the Lawrence County district attorney’s office about whether to charge the shooter.He also said that he could issue arrest warrants for people who.