Vigil for Slain Macon Woman | News
Friends and family gathered at a vigil Thursday night to remember a woman investigators believe was shot and killed by her estranged husband.
Dozens came together at a home on Maynard Street five days after the death of Bridget Flowers.
The crowd filled the house and yard well in advance of the 7 p.m. vigil.
Mourners lit candles in her honor, and talk about the hole Flowers' death leaves in their lives.
"It'll never be the same. Life will never be the same without my Mom," Cearro Moore told 13WMAZ. She also added that the family wants justice for Flowers'.
That's as investigators continue the search for Flowers' husband, Jasento Flowers Sr.
They say he has a history of drug cases, domestic violence, aggravated assault, and a prior nine-year prison sentence on cocaine charges. Most recently, he faces assault and battery charges for allegedly knocking his estranged wife unconscious at a Gray Highway Walmart. That was on Valentines' Day.
Anyone with any information on the crime is asked to call Macon Regional Crimestopper at 1-877-68-CRIME.