DALLAS — More than a hundred family, friends and co-workers gathered at J.W. Ray Park Monday night to remember Terrell Cowherd.
He was a Good Samaritan who was stabbed to death on Lower Greenville Avenue early Saturday morning as he tried to break up a street fight.
Monday night, his friend lighted candles, shared stories, and sang under a gazebo a mile or so from the crime scene.
They also pledged to raise money for an engineering scholarship in Cowherd's name at Prairie View A&M.
Cowherd, 26, was studying to be a civil engineer. He worked at Luminant Energy and a couple of his bosses joined family and friends for the candlelight vigil.
The young man's murder was captured on a cell phone camera.
Dallas Police arrested two men for the crime: Julian Martin, accused of stabbing Cowherd, and Jerry Brown, accused of holding him down.