Nine months after her son was shot to death in an attempted robbery attempt, Marjorie Cotton-Reeves said she was finally beginning to move on.
“I’m just beginning to get my life back,” Cotton-Reeves told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
On Friday, she cried again. This time because police identified the man accused of killing her son, Henry Omar Reeves, on May 18, 2013.
“This is great. I was hoping that it would not go beyond a year,” Cotton-Reeves said Friday night. “But it doesn’t bring my son back.”