(CBS/WKMG) SUMMERFIELD, Fla. - A memorial service for Seath Tyler Jackson, who was allegedly killed last week by a group of teenagers, was held Saturday afternoon at the First Baptist Church in Summerfield.
Those who knew Jackson were still in shock, but gathered for a memorial service to remember the times and memories they shared with him.
A woman told CBS affiliate WKMG that she's disappointed that some of her 16-year-old daughter's friends could be accused of such a horrific crime.
"It's very heartbreaking," the woman told the station. "I just hope that the people in jail can find the lord and forgiveness," said Sapp.
Outside the church, about 60 miles northwest of Orlando, many kids wore t-shirts with the area code 352 to show solidarity in the community.
According to WKMG, six people, including a 15-year-old girl and three other teens, were arrested Tuesday in the killing.
Detectives said Seath was attacked and shot Sunday after being lured to a home in Summerfield via text message.
There, authorities said, he was fatally beaten and shot. Then, Seath's body was stuffed into a sleeping bag and burned, and the remains were put in paint buckets and dumped at a remote lime rock pit, authorities allege.
Michael Bargo, the alleged ringleader in the murder, faced a judge on Thursday and was warned that he could be sentenced to death.
Investigators, as well as family and friends, said Bargo was dating Seath's ex-girlfriend and had gotten into a fight with him several weeks ago, WKMG reported.