It’s become an annual tradition since the 2013 shooting of a beloved mother and grandmother: Her family gathers at the crime scene in McKeesport to pray for closure.
Ten years ago, on the night of August 22, 2013, Jana Randolph was giving a friend a ride down Riverview Avenue when police said a car started following them.
Police say someone in that car opened fire, killing Randolph and passenger Carlos Hudson.
Police eventually found Randolph’s car over the hill. Her killer remains on the run.
We last spoke to relatives three years ago. They told us they think Rudolph was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
“We want justice. Our mother, she was a loving person. She gave the clothes off her back to whoever, you know. Sadly, she lost her life that night and it was devastating to us,” said Camille Mockabee, Randolph’s daughter.
“We haven’t heard anything so we’re just here looking for clues, hoping that the person doing this will eventually have a heart sooner or later and know they’re a grandmother, a mother, an aunt, a sister and just come forward,” said Ebony Jennings. “We just want some closure for our family.”
The family said they have not received any updates from police, but were told the detective on the case recently retired.
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