The Sacramento Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals organization will honor a on a memorial brick pathway, an agency official has confirmed.
The names of Harison Long-Randall and the four dogs will be placed on bricks for a memorial brick pathway that paves the way to the Sacramento SPCA's adoption center at 6201 Florin Perkins Road in Sacramento, said Lesley Kirrene, the agecncy's director of public relations and marketing.
Harison Long Randall and his girlfriend Gemily West, an American River College student and El Camino High School graduate, were walking their four dogs - Bindi, Winry, Evie and Zury - at Garfield Avenue and Engle Road on the evening of July 16 when they were struck by Paul Walden, who was allegedly driving at a high speed and ran through the stop sign.
"Staff and volunteers of the Sacramento SPCA obviously felt horrible about the incident and the tragic deaths that resulted," Kirrene said in an emailed statement. "The bricks are our way of memorializing the victims and showing support to Gemily and the families."
Walden remains in Sacramento County Main Jail. His next court date is Aug. 29.