FULTON COUNTY, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Three years after Randisha Love was brutally murdered inside her own home Green Valley Road, her mother Katara Hamm carries on with a heavy heart and a mission for justice.
"I'm not fearful, I just want to know why my baby. Why did they choose my daughter? I don't know who did it. I don't know why. I'm just stuck and I still can't sleep," Hamm said Tuesday at Fulton County Police headquarters.
On January 12, 2016, the Westlake High School junior called her mother to tell her she made it home from school. By the time her mother arrived four hours later, the 17-year old honor student was dead. She'd been shot several times in the front hallway of their home near College Park.
"There was no sign of forced entry. Nothing. Everything looks normal. When I saw my daughter I totally blanked out. I just never would have imagined something like this would happen to her. She had a 3.9 GPA. She was in ROTC. She never got in trouble at school or at home. It just doesn't make sense," Hamm told FOX 5's Portia Bruner.
No Witnesses came forward and Fulton County police detective Stewart Webb said they've only had a few leads in the last three years. He's appealing to Juniors and Seniors at Westlake High School to come forward with anything they may remember about the day Randisha was brutally murdered shortly after she got off the school bus.
"We're thinking maybe there could have been an altercation on the bus or maybe even rumors around the school in the days after the murder. We just need to hear from the kids who were talking about this when it happened. Any piece of information might help us solve the puzzle," said Detective Webb.