Vigil For D.J. Henry In Easton Monday NightFamily and friends of a college football player killed by police plan a vigil marking the one-year anniversary of his death.
Jay-Z, Kanye West Dedicate Song To D.J. HenryJay-Z and Kanye West have dedicated a song to a Pace University student killed by a police officer.
Officer Who Killed D.J. Henry Sues Liquor StoreThe police officer who killed college football player D. J. Henry of Easton is suing a liquor store for allegedly helping Henry get drunk.
Parents Sue Police Officer Who Shot, Killed DJ HenryThe parents of a college football player from Easton are suing the policeman who shot and killed him, calling the shooting an "unconscionable use of force."
Charges Against DJ Henry's Teammates DroppedA judge has dropped all charges against four teammates of D.J. Henry who were arrested after he was killed by a police officer.
NY DA: Friends Of DJ Henry Will Not Face ChargesSeveral college students accused of resisting arrest following the shooting death of Pace University student D.J. Henry will not face charges.
NightSide - Brandon Cox Tells Dan Rea What Happened The Night His Friend Danroy "D.J." Henry Was Shot D.J. Henry was shot and killed in New York. Brandon Cox, who was also shot in the incident, is Dan’s guest.
Eyewitness Provides Account Of D.J. Henry ShootingAn eyewitness says D.J. Henry, who was killed by police, came to a near-stop when an officer stepped in front of his car, but then sped up and struck him.
Henry Family Disappointed, Not Surprised By Grand Jury VerdictThe family of 20-year-old DJ Henry says they are more determined than ever to seek justice for their son and brother, now that a New York grand jury has failed to indict the police officers involved in the incident that led to his shooting death.
No Charges Against Police In DJ Henry DeathNo charges will be filed against police officers involved in the shooting death of DJ Henry outside a New York nightclub last October.
DJ Henry's Dad, Friend Testify Before Grand JuryThe father, Danroy Henry Sr. of Easton, Mass., said after his testimony Friday that he did not like having to talk about how his son died rather than how he lived.