LINCOLNTON, N.C. - Dozens gathered Friday night to remember a woman who was killed by her estranged husband in Lincolnton.
They held a candlelight vigil for Tara Osburn on the courthouse lawn.
The 39-year-old mother left behind two children.
The community came together to pray for a life cut short by domestic violence.
The Lincoln County Coalition Against Domestic Violence organized the vigil.
Her estranged husband Anthony Osburn shot her on March 27.
He got into a standoff with officers at Lantern Ridge Apartments, which had to be evacuated.
After negotiating with him for two hours, SWAT said he came out firing at officers and was killed on the scene.
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