Higher education of the Sequoias assistant football mentor is lifeless and law enforcement say his father killed him.
William “Billy” Wright, 31, was fatally shot close to 11 a.m. Wednesday, though checking out his mom and dad in Fresno, in accordance to a Fresno Law enforcement Section push release.
Fresno Lt. Invoice Dooley said law enforcement arrested Wright’s father, also named William, right after “an argument erupted.”
“As the argument progressed, the father retrieved a handgun and in the long run shot William “Billy” Wright, putting him in the higher chest,” Dooley stated. “The father remained on scene, was interviewed by detectives and later on booked into the Fresno County Jail for murder.”
Wright suffered a solitary gunshot to the higher system and was rushed to Group Regional Clinical Centre, “he was unable to endure his personal injury and was pronounced deceased,” Dooley mentioned.
COS released a assertion declaring the team is “saddened” by the news and that Wright was set to return as an assistant coach for the 2022 soccer year.
He coached in the course of the 2018-19 university year and also served as the Student Accomplishment Coordinator, but still left COS the pursuing spring.
“The globe missing a amazing particular person, educator and mentor yesterday and the COS spouse and children mourns his passing,” COS Athletic Director Brent Davis reported. “We will all pass up Billy’s abundant energy and devotion to university student success.”