Vigil remembers Rusty Mack
By Blake Belden, Staff Writer
Mar 4, 2014, 16:15
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COLONIAL HEIGHTS — Friends and family fought the bitter cold as they gathered in the parking lot of Big Lots in Colonial Heights to pay tribute to their lost friend, Rusty Mack, on Friday night.
Those in attendance embraced each other as they held candles and told stories of their fond memories with Mack.
The vigil marked the one year anniversary of Mack’s death, when he passed away following an injury to his skull.
Four co-defendants were charged in Mack’s death. Jonathan Guy was found not guilty, while charges were dropped against Francis Blaha III and Ashley Mack. Margaret Blair Dacey is still charged with murder and malicious assault and her court date remains to be set after Judge Herbert C. Gill stepped down from the case.