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21-year-old charged with killing Lowell girlfriend before her 8th-grade graduation

LOWELL – Boyfriend of Ahliana Dickey, 15 years old will be accused of killing her just before her eighth grade graduation.

Trevor Bady, 21, of Tewksbury, allegedly shot Dickey in his home on Lawrence Street in Lowell, police said. He will face multiple charges, including murder and armed home invasion.

Dickey was scheduled to attend eighth grade graduation on June 14. When she didn’t show up for graduation, her family picked her up from her home. They found Dickey on the floor of a first-floor bedroom, suffering from a gunshot wound.

Earlier on the morning of June 14 – just after midnight – police were called to Lawrence Street for a fight between a man and a woman. Police said the caller said a woman yelled, “Get off me, get away from me.” I don’t want to be with you anymore. It was then that the caller heard gunshots. Police responded to the call, but were unable to locate the couple.

Police said Bady had a history of abusive behavior toward Dickey and video shows Bady leaving Dickey’s home just after midnight on June 14. Police also said they discovered Bady allegedly took an Uber to and from Lawrence Street before and after the murder.

Those close to him remember Dickey as inspiring and positive.

“A positive person. A really positive person. If I’m down, she’ll lift me up. She wanted to do bright things in life,” said her friend Skyla Guthrie, of Lowell.

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