Grand Jury Report: Not Enough Physical Evidence To Convict
CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4)– A grand jury has released its investigation into the murder of a young man who was shot to death in a Centennial neighborhood in November 2009.
Andrew Graham was gunned down as he walked to his family’s home in Centennial from a nearby light rail station. The 23-year-old University of Colorado graduate student was returning from a house hunting trip in Boulder.
The grand jury report reveals that as many as five gang members were there when Graham was murdered but no one will be charged.
Law enforcement pointed to four possible suspects but the grand jury believes there isn’t enough physical evidence to identify the person who pulled the trigger or indict anyone in the murder.
Sources have previously told CBS4 Graham is believed to have been the victim of a random, racially motivated robbery attempt.
Andrew’s mother has previously told CBS4 she wants justice in her son’s death.
“I would like to see the individuals who did this held accountable for their actions,” said Graham. “I don’t understand — they know who was there,” said Andrew Graham’s mother Cyndi Graham.
The grand jury met 22 times, interviewed 63 witnesses and reviewed more than 100 pieces of evidence.
CBS4 has learned that the three primary suspects investigators have focused on are Denver gang members Clarissa Lockhart, Allen Ford and Terrell Jones.
Read the District Attorney Letter summarizing the grand jury investigation into the Andrew Graham murder.