Family holds vigil for victims of 2014 quintuple homicide - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Family holds vigil for victims of 2014 quintuple homicide

Family and friends gathered to remember the victims, and renew their quest for justice. (Source: WOIO) Family and friends gathered to remember the victims, and renew their quest for justice. (Source: WOIO)
Officers investigating on the night of the shooting, Nov. 21, 2014. (Source: WOIO) Officers investigating on the night of the shooting, Nov. 21, 2014. (Source: WOIO)
Sherita Johnson and her son, Jario Taylor. (Source: Family) Sherita Johnson and her son, Jario Taylor. (Source: Family)
Lemon Bryant. (Source: WOIO) Lemon Bryant. (Source: WOIO)
Shaylona Williams. (Source: WOIO) Shaylona Williams. (Source: WOIO)
It's been five months since a tragic shooting took the lives of five people, including an unborn child, and so far police have no arrests or suspects.

Patricia Johnson, the mother of one of the victims, held a vigil Saturday night.  The vigil, along with a fundraiser, took place at 14804 St. Clair Avenue. 

"If I have to walk the streets every month. Somebody knows who killed her. We got to find out who killed her. We can't let it sit back," said Johnson.

On Nov. 21, 2014, five people were killed when an unidentified gunman opened fire at a home on E. 92nd Street.

Sherita Johnson, who was pregnant at the time, was shot inside her vehicle after she sent her 10-year-old daughter inside the residence.

The girl was grazed by a bullet after the shooter spotted her.  He then ran out of the home to continue his killing spree.

Inside the residence, laid 18-year-old Jario Taylor, 60-year-old Lemon Bryant, father of Sherita's toddler son and unborn son, and 17-year-old Shaylona Williams, all dead from gunshot wounds.

The disturbing incident remains unsolved. Cleveland Police have not announced any leads in the case and have yet to make an arrest.Crimestoppers has offered a reward with help from the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association. Anyone with information is asked to speak up and call (216) 252-7463. 

Family says they will not rest until the gunman is brought to justice. 

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