Clark County Mom Wants Justice in Triple Murder

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/24/2012 11:24 pm
A Clark County mother is determined to find justice 2 years after her son and his 2 friends were murdered.

Crystal Reese held a a vigil Saturday night to honor Robbie Reese, Clayton Edge and Dustin Browning.

The 3 men were shot to death in March of 2010 at Edge's home in Winchester.

Their murders are unsolved- no one was ever arrested in the case.

Crystal says, "I wish I could change things...Got him to stay home and had him do something, you know just to keep him home that night. We had no idea that there was any danger in his way. None."

The Winchester mom says she's constantly reminded of her 24-year-old son and the painful reality of what could of been.

And as the community remembers the 3 victims, Crystal wants to remind the public that a dangerous killer is still at large.

She says, "I don't want people to forget this is an unsolved case, and these boys deserve justice so whoever did it is still walking the streets and somebody elses family could be in danger as well and them not even realize it."

Reese is grateful to the caring community who has supported her through her grief.

She just wishes she would have had one more day with her "baby boy" and says,"I would laid my life down for him. I would of in a heartbeat."

The family is asking that anyone with information on the murders contact State Police.

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