Neighbors respond after teen dies playing Russian roulette

BIG SPRING -- Guilleremo Bravo has lived in Big Spring most of his life, and on Nolan Street for the past 17 years.

“It used to be quiet and nice," he said.

Until his wife, Argentina, woke up to the sound of a loud bang early Friday morning.

“But now it’s scary. We’ve never seen this before on this neighborhood," he said.

On Monday, Big Spring Police Department reported that a juvenile shot and killed himself while they believe, playing the dangerous game of Russian roulette.

Upon hearing the news, Bravo's mind turned to his grandchildren. And neighbors said it's important to remind children that in that game, there's only losers.

“Don’t do it. Don’t do it. ‘Cause it’s a beautiful life that we have and to waste it like that, it doesn’t work, it's," Bravo said.

Other neighbors said they were also sad to hear the news, and echoed Bravo's sentiments that it has always been a quiet neighborhood.

Police said they expect to make arrests following their investigation. Police believe two firearms were recently stolen from vehicles in the area, but no reports of thefts have been made.