MAD DADS holding vigil to remember the cab driver killed Andrew Capasso, First Coast News
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Hundreds of people were expected in Brentwood Park Friday to remember 43 year old Stuart Carson. He was found dead in his cab Saturday. Since then, there have been no arrests.
Donald Foy is the President of the Jacksonville Chapter of MAD DADS. He says Friday's walk helps the family, and is a step toward making the community safer.
"We are moving in the direction to want to remove the murderer or murderers from the streets of Jacksonville - that's important," he said.
After the vigil, supporters will canvas the streets, asking people for information that may lead to finding whoever's responsible.
Foy says it's a big support for the families of victims.
"It helps them understand someone cares about them, and wants them to have closure, he said.