19 years-old Lou Busby, III died on New Year’s Eve 2019 after being shot days earlier than. A year later, his mother is frustrated as the case remains at a stand nonetheless.
KILLEEN, Texas — An area mother has grown frustrated and is now begging police to resolve her son’s murder.
Stephanie Busby stated her son, 19 years-old Lou Busby, III, who glided by Matthew, was a fantastic younger man. But on New Year’s Eve of 2019, he died.
On December 28, 2019 police discovered him shot inside a automobile on the 4100 block of Stan Schlueter Loop in Killeen.
“It’s been really hard,” Busby said. “I nonetheless haven’t accepted it. I nonetheless haven’t handled it. I haven’t grieved. There’s been no enchancment, no info. I really feel like my son’s case is on the again burner.”
Matthew Busby was a 2018 graduate of Shoemaker High School. He was on his manner residence from a home get together when he was shot.
“I really had a bad vibe about him going as a mother, but he really wanted to go because all of his friends came home for the holidays,” Busby stated.
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She stated she has not obtained any updates from detectives about her son’s case. Killeen police stated the investigation continues to be energetic and open. They stated Matthew was attending a get together in a newly constructed residence. When he left, a number of pictures had been fired.
Witnesses instructed officers that an older white sedan, probably a Honda, was in the identical space the place Matthew’s automobile crashed after he was shot.
“I never imagined that Christmas Day or Christmas Eve of 2019 would be the last holidays with my son. I imagined when he left the house he would be coming back, and things would be fine. This is more than tragic for me,” Busby stated.
She simply hopes on this new year, police can discover her son’s killer.
“It’s been a year. I feel like whoever did this, maybe it’s eating them inside. I don’t know. I just feel like we need justice,” Busby stated.
Detectives are asking anybody who could have seen something or has details about this incident, to contact Crime Stoppers at 254-526-TIPS (8477).