Curtis 'Topper' Gray

Brad Kellar

Family members and friends of Curtis Wayne “Topper” Gray Sr. gathered Thursday morning to make it clear they intend to seek answers in connection with the investigation into Gray’s death.

“This family loved him and they will seek justice for him and that’s the bottom line,” said Gray’s brother Louis, during a press conference on the steps of the Hunt County Courthouse, organized by the Greenville Branch of the NAACP.


A vigil was conducted Thursday night in front of the residence where Curtis Gray was shot and killed late last month.

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Supporters of Curtis “Topper” Gray plan today to remember the Greenville man who allegedly was shot and killed late last month by a local attorney.

The Greenville Branch of the NAACP has a press conference scheduled this morning, and a vigil is set this evening, in connection with Gray’s July 30 death.


Meanwhile a special prosecutor was sworn-in Wednesday to oversee the case against Royal Lynn Mullins, who has been charged with one count of murder.