The mother of slain teenage victim Randisha Love continues to speak out a year later after losing her daughter to gun violence in her College Park home. Katara Hamm illustrates her immediate reaction and recounts the moments leading up to her daughter’s death in a recent interview with WAOK’s Rashad Richey host of Real Talk.

“To find my daughter just laying there lifeless in a pool of blood was the worst thing ever. It still just seems so unreal to me that she’s gone because she just had such a beautiful spirit,” said Hamm.
During the interview,  Richey discusses setting up a scholarship fund in Randisha Love’s name to help carry on her legacy.
Randisha Love was shot to death on January 12, 2016, in her College Park residence at about 9:30 pm. Love, who was 17 years old at the time of her death, attended Westlake High School and preparing to join the Armed Forces after graduation.
The suspect or suspects are still at large. If you have any information that can lead to the arrest for the murder of Randisha Love, please contact Crime Stoppers at (404)-577-8477 or call the Fulton County Police Department at (404)-613-5700. You can remain anonymous.
About the Writer: Sean Garvey is a production assistant and contributing writer to 1380 WAOK AM. Garvey has 14 years experience in radio, television and other forms of multi media.

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