A mother pleads for someone to come forward in the murder investigation of her son. It happened almost two years ago, but the case is still unsolved.
Authorities have come to a dead end when it comes to cracking the murder case of 19-year-old Tracey Humphreys. The teen was gunned down in September 26, 2010, but authorities haven't made any arrests in the case and the family wants answers.
As mother's day approaches, Omeca Humphreys says the best gift would be answers about her firstborn's death. Her sister in law is helping her, but now they want the public assistance.
"No one else is hurting. No one else is trying to help us we have to sit here and we are like inspector gadget every night trying to go through each detail of the case every night until 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning," Stacy Myer, Tracey's aunt said.
Humphrey is asking investigators to be as diligent as she is in cracking this cold case.
"(I want them) to follow up every lead and don't brush it under the carpet, because he was a black teenager and they are not trying hard to make sure his life wasn't in vain," Humphreys said.
If you have any information that could help solve this crime call Crime Stoppers at (405)-235-7300.