They just want answers. The family of a teen killed in May sat inside a Russell County courthouse Tuesday, hoping for news from the grand jury.
Paula and Ronald Mann lost their son, 17-year-old Tanner, in May.
"He meant the world to me. We did everything together. We rode, we raced together. He was my best friend, and when they took him away from me at the hospital, I lost my life that day too," mourned father Ronald Mann.
Since that day, they've been trying to figure out what led up to the crash that killed him.
"His right to life was taken. He was starting a new chapter in his life. He met with a recruiter that morning," said mother Paula Mann.
Tanner Mann's case is now in the hands of a grand jury.
"If something is not done, there's gonna be more teenagers," said Paula Mann.
State police said Tanner Mann died when his car collided with another on Warriner Ridge Road. Neighbors told us back in May it's a dangerous stretch.
"We'd just like to know what went on that day and to get justice for Tanner because that accident killed my son, and it's basically killed me too. I want to know. I want to know what went on that day and what happened," explained Ronald Mann.
The Russell County Clerk tells WKYT the grand jury chose not to indict in Tanner Mann's case.