Slain girl’s family wants answers from police

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — With her funeral over, the family of Mujey Dumbuya is remembering her as vibrant and happy even as they continue to hope for answers about who murdered her.

Dumbuya was killed weeks before she was set to testifyagainst Quinn James in a rape case. James, a former employee of Kentwood Public Schools, will face trial in April on four counts of criminal sexual conduct against Dumbuya when she was 15. He faces 25 years to life in prison.

Her aunts, Haja Corneh and Jainya Sannoh, are speaking for the family because they say the 16-year-old girl’s mother and siblings are devastated.

While they believe James raped their niece, they are still waiting to decide about who committed the murder.

Full story: WOOD TV


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