Rochester Families March for Unsolved Missing and Homicide Cases – Time Warner Cable News

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — For the first time since 20 year old Reginald Bruno’s death, his mother Carmella Terry visited the corner of Clifford Avenue and North Clinton Avenue on Saturday. That’s where Bruno was shot four years ago leaving a nearby store with new clothes for college. Terry said Bruno was attending the University of Miami for business administration.

“He always talked about being the CEO of his own company,” Terry said. “Unfortunately it was cut short, way too soon.”

Bruno’s death has gone unsolved.

“It’s been very painful,” Terry said. “I don’t expect it to get too much better, but at the same time with prayer and the will to keep looking for answers, in the end I will get some type of justice and closure for the loss of my child.”

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