Memorial held for teen shot and killed at SF's Dolores Park: 'It's the most pain I've ever felt'

KGO logo
Sunday, June 9, 2024 10:37PM
Memorial held for teen shot and killed at SF's Dolores Park
Loved ones gathered at Dolores Park on Saturday to share memories of 19-year-old Luis Manuel Arguello-Inglis, who was shot and killed on Wednesday.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Just days after the shooting death of a teenager in San Francisco's Dolores Park, his family is remembering him as a kind, loving young man.

Loved ones gathered at Dolores Park on Saturday to share memories of 19-year-old Luis Manuel Arguello-Inglis.

Police say he was shot multiple times Wednesday night.

Arguello-Inglis was a Lowell High School graduate and San Jose State University student.

RELATED: Man dies from multiple gunshot wounds at San Francisco's Dolores Park, police say

His family says he had just received his certificate to be an EMT and had ambitions of becoming a firefighter.

"Every morning I wake up since he hasn't been here, it's the most pain I've ever felt. I would say that I wish it was me, but I wouldn't want him to feel all this pain," said Natalia Arguello.

There has been no word on any arrests or a motive in the shooting.

The family of started a GoFundMe page, saying in part, "Luis was a bright light in our lives, filled with love, laughter, and boundless potential. His loss has left a void in our hearts that can never be filled."

Now Streaming 24/7 Click Here