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No arrests have been made in the case. Family and friends have taken to social media to ask for help finding the shooter and spoke with the Springfield News-Sun.
“Lindzie was a beautiful kind-hearted person,” said Jana Yates, who was best friends with Wilson for more than 20 years. “She would help anybody if she could. She did not deserve this and to the coward that did do this their day will come justice will be served one way or another.”
Her best friend was innocent, Yates said.
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“Lindzie didn’t do anything for someone to shoot a pregnant unarmed woman,” Yates said. “It’s ridiculous how much people are cowards and I pray every day that they are caught.”
Wilson’s baby boy was named Bailee, Yates said, because that was the name she wanted him to have. He is small but healthy, she said.
“We want justice served for the cold-hearted person that did this to her,” Yates said. “They took her along with our hearts the day she was shot.”
Yates said Wilson fought for her life for 53 days at Miami Valley Hospital.
Her message to the killer is that judgment day will come soon, she said.
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“I can’t say what I really want to say about the murder but I will say they will pay, whether it be here on earth or at Heaven’s gates,” she said. “I had an amazing best friend for 20 years and now our family has an amazing beautiful guardian angel watching over us.”
Wilson leaves behind three sons including Bailee, according to her obituary.
Wilson is the second pregnant woman in Springfield to be shot in the head in the last two months. Lindsey Marsh was killed on April 5, and the father of her child, Travis Hypes, is charged with murder in Clark County Common Pleas Court.