Community Looks For Answers in Quadruple Murder


It's been one year since the prom night murders that rocked our community. Four teenagers were killed and still no one is charged in their murder.

On Monday the community will gather to mark this sad anniversary. A candlight vigil is planned along Charleston Avenue where these murders happened. The victim's family still have many unanswered questions about why and how it happened. The only person linked to the crime, Bunny Holmes, was indicted last week on separate murder charges. Everyone is still waiting to see if she'll be charged in this crime.

Police say Bunny was part of the Detroit drug connection, and just this weekend, the dealers tried a new tactic to get cocaine in to Huntington. Officers say Leonard Wright disguised cocaine in weight lifting supplements and brought more than $20,000 in cocaine on a Greyhound bus.

Police say this crime forced everyone in the community to escalate the war against the Detroit dealers who brought the violence to our region.


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