Family, friends hold vigil for men killed in Murray Hill

Police still have not made any arrests in quadruple killing

By Joy Purdy - 5:30, 6:30 & 11 p.m. anchor

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A community said goodbye to two young men Monday night, who were shot to death along with their two female friends late Thursday night.

Friends and family gathered outside of the Murray Hill home where the four were killed Monday.

The group lit candles in the neighborhood Monday and their cries for closure could be heard throughout the neighborhood.

"They love their father, I don't know what to say to them," said Tiffany McCall.

Derek William's two young children are waiting for answers.

"I just want anyone that knows something just to come forward and say something no matter what it is, it could be the smallest thing, everything counts right now, everything," said McCall.

"His dad's been dead for 24 years and his kids are actually the same age he was when his daddy passed away, and it's like destroying my family," said William's aunt, Sabrina Johnson.

Kontrell Hagans is remembered as a man who loved his four children.

"Nobody's perfect, but at the end of the day, no one deserves to die like that," said mother of Hagans' child, Avae Myers.

"I just love 'em and I hate this happened," said Robert Marshall. "I wouldn't be able to live with myself if I didn't come out here and show my support tonight."

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