It has been two years and still no arrests in a triple murder that shocked the Clark County.
On March 21st, 2010, Robbie Reese, Clayton Edge and Dustin Browning were found shot to death at a home in Clark County. Family and friends gathered this evening to mark the two year anniversary of their murder. "It's hard to deal with," explains Reese's father, Carl, "people look at you and say I understand what you're going through but they don't understand. Unless they've been through it, they have no idea how hard this is."
Dozens attended the candlelight vigil which was held outside of the Winchester courthouse. "They were three boys, three young boys, whose lives were taken for no reason," explains Reese's mother, Crystal. "They never had a chance to have a family or anything, they were robbed. They deserve justice and we hope by keeping this in the news we'll figure out who did this."
Those who attended the vigil wore t-shirts and other memorabilia items in honor of the three. "I have one memory of Robbie that will never get out of my head," explains Crystal, "he came and sat on my lap and kissed me before he left that day and he told us he loved us. That was the last time we got to talk to him before he was killed. It's a day I'll never forget, a conversation that will stay with me forever."
Kentucky State Police are working the case. They say it is a still an open investigation and urge anyone with information to call them.
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