CHARLOTTE, NC (FOX 46) - One week after her son Joshua Burris' murder, April Moseley's pain still brings her to inconsolable tears.
"CMPD came and broke the news that my son had been murdered," Moseley said tearfully.
Police say someone shot Burris and another woman on Ginger lane. The woman survived but Burris later died at the hospital.
Friends of Burris, telling FOX 46 it's like living a nightmare.
"I talked to him every day. I talked to him every day not a day that goes by that I don't talk to him. I don't even count the days anymore. I don't see the calls on my phone, it's crazy," Long-time friend of Burris Dashawn Huff said.
Friend and family holding this vigil to keep Burris' name in everyone’s hearts and to also get people to spread the word no one has been arrested for his murder.
"If it takes me to my last dying breath, I am going to strive my best to get justice for my son," Moseley said.
Moseley is thankful so many showed up for the vigil and she's hopeful someone will come forward with information.
"I just want them to take responsibility for their actions because I truly believe that somebody knows something. I have a loving and forgiving god and I can forgive this person but to bring closure for me and my family. I need to know who did this to my baby," Moseley said.