Was glad to hear that yesterday's vigil for Yaz'min Shancez in Fort Myers was successful
The march was organized by the Southwest Florida Equality Coalition and the Center of Southwest Florida to remember 'Ms. Tee' as friends and loved ones called our fallen 31 year old sister who was found murdered on Thursday..
200 people began a nearly one mile march through Downtown Fort Myers and past the courthouse before arriving at Centennial Park
Her sister Laquesha Loggins remembers how Shancez loved to dance, how she was always happy, saying she "always woke up with a smile."
And she remembers the last words Shancez ever said to her: "Sis, I love you."
"It's just bad that people hate that much," Yazmin's aunt said in a FOX 4 interview. "Who has
a heart like that? Who can go to sleep doing something like that?
Hating something so bad."
Fort Myers police are still looking for Yazmin's killer, and once again as a reminder, i you have information to help solve this crime and bring to justice the perps or perps who did this, you are asked to please call the Fort Myers Police
Department at 239-321-7700, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS or text
message C-R-I-M-E-S (274637) Keyword FMPD.
And I will be keeping an eye on this story until justice is served in this case.