LEXINGTON, Ky. (FOX 56) – From now on, the two Lexington families will forever remember their distinct 4/7 holiday. Last Independence Day, Shaquille Newby and Tyler Sandusky were fatally shot in a car on Danielle Street.
And, like more than half of the murders that happened in Lexington This year, their still unresolved.
Under cover of darkness and the possibility that gunfire could be mistaken for celebratory fireworks, someone had escaped taking the lives of two children.
In the five months since, detectives have yet to find out the name or the reason why Shaquille Newby and Tyler Sandusky died.
“The case is still unsolved, it’s not over yet, we don’t have anyone in jail,” Crime Stoppers coordinator said. Anthony Delimpo. “It would be very interesting that we have such a person in our community.”
The call to 911 came nearly an hour after the shooting, Lexington police said. At first, the person who heard them looked outside but saw nothing suspicious. It wasn’t until later, when they were out again, that they noticed someone outside a car. “We have very little information,” Delimpo said. “No sound of a speeding car, no description.”
But, someone heard the chatter. Someone knows what happened. And, Detective Delimpo said it doesn’t matter where the information comes from as long as it moves the case forward.
“Crime Stoppers doesn’t care if you are involved in some kind of crime in this respect. We want you to contact us anonymously and what you know to resolve this case.”
If you have information about the murders of Shaquille Newby and Tyler Sandusky, call Crime Stoppers’ anonymous tip line at 859-253-2020 or log in. p3tips.com.
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