GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Grand Rapids Police continue to look for whoever shot down a 46-year-old woman and her 2-year-old grandson in broad daylight two days ago.
Meanwhile, those who knew Germaine Bulloch-Brown and her little grandbaby King Talbert gathered Friday night to remember and demand justice.
But it was the husband and grandfather of these victims — the man who found their bodies and called police — who made a heart-wrenching plea.
It was at the home in the 200 block of Montgomery Street SE where the toddler and his grandma were killed where friends lit candles, released balloons and remembered.
“She would feed you, you need some food, you wanna just vent, you just wanna let some steam off, somewhere to sleep, you could always come to Germaine and she had you,” said Shantell Bulloch, a cousin to the pair.
Also at the vigil was Darrell Brown, who was married to Germaine, called Red by many, for more than 20 years.
“She had a laugh about her that if she was a thousand miles away you could tell it was her laugh and I told her, her eyes, she had the most beautiful eyes, that’s what I fell in love with,” Brown said.
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