A Texas teenager has died after reportedly being stabbed in a fight over a brownie.
Brian Angel’s picture is on a GoFundMe page — his family requesting help with funeral expenses.
He was an 8th grader who loved playing soccer, and he had a lot of friends who are now confronted with the loss of someone they cared for.
According to police and Angel’s friends, it started with an argument inside a store over a snack, which makes Angel’s death even more senseless.
“It was over a brownie. It’s ridiculous, and what was it about that, that resulted? I think the kid was not healthy mentally and caused him to pull out his knife and cut him,” said Sergio Munoz, a friend of Angel’s.
Angel’s family is devastated.
He leaves behind a sister, three brothers, a mother, and father.
The 8th grade classmate accused of stabbing him is now charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Grief counselors will be on campus at Jane Long Academy to help students deal with the loss of one of their own.
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