Detectives in Franklin have not forgotten about Kaylen Henry, and while they are getting calls on a regular basis about his case, nothing so far has helped detectives to have enough evidence to arrest anyone in the case.

Franklin Police Chief Sabria McGuire says that every single week her investigators are receiving telephone calls about Henry, but nothing solidifies enough that they can get an arrest warrant.  The 19-year-old man was riding his bike at about 10 o'clock on the night April 20th of last year, when he was shot.  The man died as a result.

Chief Sabria McGuire says she and her detectives are always bothered by the fact they have not been able to arrest anyone in connection with Henry's murder, but that they do follow up on every call their department receives about the case.  The teen was one of nine children in the family, and he was attending Franklin Senior High at the time of his shooting.

The chief says that at the time of the shooting, there were only a handful of people who could give a statement to police, and to add to the frustration of the cold case, the witnesses that they interviewed differed on the type of car they saw in the area.  Also, she says, witnesses also tell conflicting stories about who was in the area, and information about those individuals.  McGuire says they will continue to investigate the homicide.