JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A growing memorial is back in place Tuesday after being taken down because of driving rains, but the wounds are still fresh.
"I love my daughter. I wish for anything for her to be here," said Pancy Shelton with tears streaming down her face.
It's a tearful sentiment left echoing down Missouri Avenue from Jazmine Shelton's mom. Her once-bustling home sits dark and abandoned. Bullet holes mark piercing memories left behind like scars on skin.
"It sounded like fireworks, truly," said Crystal Westberry.
Westberry spent Tuesday morning putting a growing memorial back together at the foot of the driveway. Late Monday night, in the pouring rain, she came out here alone and piece by piece moved the mementos inside to keep them dry.
"I really didn't care if it was pouring down rain or not. I was getting her stuff moved," she said. "I couldn't let her stuff get ruined like that."
She said setting it back up was important to her and her community as they all try to heal. She also hopes it sends a message to anyone with information.
Donald Foy with Mad Dads has made it his mission to get justice. He said this community has been beaten down and folks living here are too scared to speak up. But he said these neighbors may have the key to solving this crime.
"If an individual kills one time, he'll do it again. And next time, it may be your house," he said.
Westberry is pleading Tuesday night for the sake of her friend.
"They need to come up and tell the cops who did this so Jazmine can rest in peace and her mom can have some kind of closure," she said.
Mad Dads will canvass the community starting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday knocking on doors and urging anyone with information to come forward.