Shelby Langley always told his mom he didn’t have 99 cents. He had “four quarters:” Zach, John, Louie and himself.
As she sat at a kitchen table with photos of her son laid out in front of her, Sandie Sharp explained Langley had many friends, but those three were like brothers.
“Shelby was very outgoing,” Sharp said. “To all of his friends, Shelby was the one they went to, the go-to guy for counseling.”