Adreian Payne Cause Of Death, Obituary Unavailable Yet – Basketball player Adreian Payne died early Monday morning in Orlando, according to Orange County officials. Around 1:30 a.m., deputies were dispatched to the 2500 block of Egret Shores Drive. A guy later identified as Payne, 31, was found with gunshot wounds and transferred to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
“When we found out who it was, we were like, oh, this is sad, like it was an unfortunate occurrence,” said Brett Bowers, a neighbor. Lawrence Dority, 29, was identified as the suspect. Dority reportedly remained at the scene and was transferred to OCSO headquarters, where homicide detectives interviewed him.
Dority was arrested and booked into the Orange County Jail for first-degree murder. The focus of the investigation was a black automobile stopped in the street with the passenger door open. A section of the townhouse development was also cordoned off.
“Last night, I heard gunshots.” I spotted a lot of cop cars. I’m not even sure. “Last night was chaos,” claimed Ree Mursaline, a neighbor. “It jolted everyone in the house awake, even my family.” Adreian Payne, according to Sports Illustrated, rose to fame at Michigan State, when he was chosen to the All-Big Ten Team.