CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A family is still grieving, looking for answers in the death of Jazmine Trotter.
Although it’s been six years and still the case has gone unsolved, her family is still holding on to hope that the killer will be brought to justice.
“That was the worst day of my life. That was the worst feeling,” recalled Jazmine’s mother, Monique Williams reflecting back on the moments she found her daughter’s body underneath a porch of a vacant home on East 93rd St.
“I miss her so much. Her smile and everything.”
20-year-old Jazmine Trotter had been beaten, strangled and left to die - something that goes through her Aunt’s mind every day.
“It’s very heartbreaking and heart-wreching, especially because we still don’t know any information or heard anything,” said Phenon Williams.
Jerome ogletree was originally charged with the murder, but the case was later dismissed. Police are still investigating several unsolved murders ooccuring on the same street.
“I’m looking for some answers. Her son is looking for some answers. If anything Why?” asked Monique.
Until that question is answered, they’ll keep Jazmine’s memory alive year after year.
"We're here to release Balloons and tell her how much we love her and we'll be thinking about her.
It’s still not too late to submit a tip if you have any idea of what happened to Jazmine on that tragic night back in 2013. You’re advised to contact them at 216-25-CRIME.