Two years have come and gone, but the heartache is stronger than ever for Sharon Moore.
“He’d laugh, and it would light up the room. But I don’t have that anymore,” said Moore through tears.
The sadness is especially hard to bear Thursday.
It’s the second anniversary of her son’s murder.
Se’Sawn Danford was only 17 years old when he was killed.
“To see them in a box, and never see their smile again,” said Moore.
On Aug. 4 2014, Se’Sawn, along with 19 year old Carley Chapman and 17-year-old Martavious Brown, were shot and killed inside a unit at the the Hampton Court Apartments.
Now, as she prepares to honor their memories for another year, Moore says she still has too many unanswered questions about her son’s death.
“Its frustrating,” said Moore. “Just call. Tell me anything . Tell me who you saw. A name, anything.”
Randy Chapman shares that frustration.
“Its been very tough. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about her,” said Chapman.
He lost his daughter Carley.“I promised her that I would find out what happened and that people would be held accountable,” he said.
These families are now leaning on one another for strength as they continue their journey towards justice.
PBSO detectives say there is no new information to release, adding they are still asking that anyone with any information come forward.
There is also a CrimeStoppers reward for information in this case.