Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2022-07-06 19:34:19 –
Clarksville, Tennessee (WKRN) — Clarksville Police is looking to a new cold case for a 7-year-old who wants a solution.
On March 23, 2015, Vincent Pardu was shot dead while cooking with a friend on Carpenter Street. Four of his friends were also injured during the shooting. A few years later, no arrests have been made.
Winfra Cooksey, Pardue’s mother, remembers being called to the scene.
“I got dressed [and] By the time we got there, the boy was lying on the ground wearing only a boxer, and when I saw him, I didn’t see life. I knew he was gone, “Cooksey said.
Pardu left behind not only his mother, but also two brothers, two children, and a newly-married wife.
“He was taken too early. I can’t see his face again, so I often wonder what he looks like now,” Cooksey said.
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Clarksville police are currently sending evidence to laboratories undergoing DNA testing. The police are also interested in three people.
They encourage anyone who has the information to reach out to help resolve the case.
“I just want someone who knows something, but tell someone. I need a closure, so tell Officer Carlton or call someone at the police station to let me know. The family needs to be closed. His children need to be closed, “Cooksey said.
Anyone with information can contact Clarksville Police Detective Keenan Carlton 931-648-0656 Extension 5172..Tips can also be sent anonymously Crime stopper, A tipster may be eligible for cash rewards.
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