Mom begs for help after her stepson was killed at LeBron James’ school in Akron, Ohio

Police in Akron, Ohio are searching for the killers of Ethan Liming a, 17-year-old rising senior at Firestone Community Learning Center who was brutally beaten in the parking lot of the I Promise School, which was founded by NBA star LeBron James:

According to the police, Liming was “knocked unconscious and brutally assaulted” by “at least three males”:

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According to police, the teenager was “knocked unconscious and brutally assaulted” during an altercation with at least three males.

The suspects were playing basketball when Liming arrived at the parking lot with some friends, police said.

The two groups were involved in a fight, WOIO reports. Akron police did not say what triggered it.

And there appears to be some location semantics going on here. Many outlets are saying it happened “near” the school:

The parking lot of the school next to the basketball courts is just “near” the school? Nice spin there:

AKRON, Ohio — A homicide investigation is underway after a 17-year-old boy identified as a rising senior of Firestone Community Learning Center was found beaten to death near the basketball courts of the I PROMISE School in Akron late Thursday, according to a release from the Summit County Medical Examiner and the Akron Police Department.

On Thursday at approximately 10:45 p.m., officers responded to a call about a fight in the parking lot of the I PROMISE School in the 400 block of West Market Street.

The LeBron James Family Foundation also said the murder happened “near our school”:

And they want families to know the “campus is safe and secure”:

LeBron offered up his thoughts and prayers, which is apparently okay to do in some cases:

Police have yet to arrest any of the killers and Ethan’s stepmom is begging for help;

Maybe LeBron cant retweet this or offer a reward or something?

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