The family and friends of a young man killed in a hit-and-run are not giving up on finding the driver.
They held a memorial vigil for Charlie Enricky Jones, 23, on Sunday morning at the accident site, exactly one year after Jones was killed. The service took place at Piedmont Road and Rio Montana Drive in Marietta.
Jones was walking when he was hit by a car believed to be a 2000-04 Infiniti model 130 or 135. Jones was then hit by a 2008 Toyota Tundra, but that driver stopped and was not charged.
"I am doing this for two reasons," said McCarter, who traveled from Virginia for the vigil. "To honor my son's memory and to bring attention to the case in hopes that someone will come forward with information."
A reward is being offered for information leading to the conviction of the person responsible for Jones' death.
For more information on the unsolved case, visit http://charlieejones.webs.com.
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