Tyson recalls his grief-stricken daughter recounting how she walked into her brother’s home just minutes after the hail of bullets.
“I heard that they were in the house, that people came up, shot up the house, cars and killed his girlfriend."
Kennedy has a 12-year-old son who's supposed to and wants to return to school Monday, sources said.
“I can't explain what my son's going through right now. I haven't experienced it,” Tyson said. “I can only imagine what he's going through.”
He recalls Kennedy being a wonderful person who was happy go lucky, calm and joyful.
Now he is asking anyone with any information about the fatal drive-by to speak up.
“Whoever you are, I just hope someone would come forward with information so you're brought to justice and justice be served."
While all faith in humanity can seem to slip away in moments like this, Tyson said he’s not giving up.
“I believe in God, I trust in the Lord. What he says. I always have hope. Always."
Authorities urge anyone with any information about the case to contact Shreveport-Caddo Crime Stoppers by calling (318) 673-7373, visiting the organization's website, lockemup.org, or using the P3Tips app.