. 3 Throughout 2013, there have been 112 homicides and 92 murders. About half of those are still unsolved....including Ahmad Franklin....who was shot and killed by a stray bullet while standing on his porch. Channel 4's Chris Parenteau tells us that Today- Mad Dads will hold a walk asking for people to come forward with information about any of the crimes this past year. 3 As the calendar turns from 2013 to 2014 in just a couple of days, it brings about a fresh start for many people. The family of Ahmad Franklin, who was killed last week, is one of 48 families that hasn't has a resolution to their loved ones' murder.For them, a new beginning isn't possible yet.SOT 55:58 The community knows who knows who did it. It is up to the community to call Crimestoppers and make sure that we don't enter 2014 the same way we have been in 2013. VO The group Mad Dads says the case of one of the most recent murder victims, Ahmad Franklin, shows just how senseless much of the violence has been in Jacksonville this year. Franklin was killed while sitting on his porch when he was hit by a stray bullet from two people shooting at each other.SOT 57:00 When they would have had their father, their grandfather with them, they don't have him there. For him to be there fellowshipping with them, sharing the love and the joy with them that he normally would, he's not there. VO Many of the families of the unsolved murder victims will be on hand Saturday afternoon as Mad Dads again makes a plea for people with information to come forward to police so that an arrest can be made. Donald Foy, the president of Mad Dads is hopeful that in 2014, more people will speak out.SOT 57:57 We want Jacksonville to be a community where people are saying that we are taking a stand. We are waking up, we're going to stand up, and we are going to speak up to remove these individuals from our communities. 3 The 'Mad Dads walk' starts at 1:00 this afternoon on Lila St. off of Lem Turner Road. If you have any information about any of the crimes we mentioned, you can call crimestoppers at 1-866-845 Tips.