Police say they've made no arrests and have no suspects in the shooting death of Tomma Graves, found in her truck in Frankfort. But the victim's mother says she has faith answers will be coming soon.
The children of Tomma Graves, ages 7 and 9, are back at school one week after their mother was found shot to death in her truck.
"I cried when I put them on the bus and the bus driver said he'll take care of them," says the children's grandmother Ramona White.
White says she is moving from her Lexington home to Frankfort, the town where her daughter was killed. She doing so to help raise her grandchildren.
"Being there my stomach just turns in knots," says White.
White says around 1,500 people attended Grave's funeral, which was welcome support for white during such a tough time.
"I want to thank everybody who helped me get this far and I have so far to go."
Police also tell us they too have a long way to go in the investigation, no arrests or suspects so far, and for White, more questions than answers.
"Who , what, why?... Why?... Why she didn't deserve that."
Even though answers seem miles away for White.. She has faith they will come.
"I know it's not going to bring her back, all the tears I cry, but it's liquid prayer and I cried an ocean of tears so I know God's going to fix it."
She's just hoping it's sooner rather than later.
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