Walk Planned for Saturday Will Honor the Memory of Corban Henry
It was just over a month ago that 15-year-old Corban Henry was shot and killed on the west side of Owensboro. As authorities continue their investigation into that case, Corban's family continues to rally the community's support. This Saturday evening, there is a Justice for Corban walk planned in downtown Owensboro. It's the latest in a series of awareness walks hosted by Corban's family and friends.
This morning, Corban's mom, Nancy, joined Angel and me to talk about Corban and the event event honoring him.
As the investigation into Corban's death continues, there is a reward in place for information leading to the arrest of a suspect. That reward is $2000, the first $500 of which was donated by Corban's 14-year-old brother, Nolin.
As the search for justice continues, the family is hosting the "Justice for Corban" walk Saturday. The event will begin at Germantown Park at 5:30pm and end at Corban's cross on West 5th Street here in town.
The family invites the entire community to come and participate in the walk. As Nancy Henry explains, "there's so much adversity right now, this is a great way to bring the community together."
In the meantime, anyone with information in connection with Corban's death is asked to call Crime Stoppers. The number to call is (270) 687-4444.