They partied it up in Boston on Friday night, after news that the remaining marathon bomber suspect was finally in custody.
19-year-old Dzhokar Tsarnaev remains hospitalized in serious condition after a shootout with police.
While we still don’t know why he and his brother, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev, allegedly set off bombs during the Boston Marathon on Monday, President Barack Obama said we do know “whatever hateful agenda that drove these men to such heinous acts will not, cannot prevail.”
The younger Tsarnaev will likely face federal terrorism charges, which carries a possible death sentence, and state murder charges for the blast that killed 3 people, and a shooting that killed a MIT security guard.
Support for Boston is being felt worldwide, including the Houston area.
On Saturday morning, residents of Kingwood observed a moment of silence before embarking on a Boston tribute run.
Kingwood Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Sparky Nolan described the even as one ‘that reminds everyone here that we’re Americans and we’re connected with them through the flag.’