The families of Javier Harrison and Devin Henderson have said they want the homeowner charged. They said they agree with Whaley.
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Friday, hundreds attended Javier's homegoing at Donald Jordan Memorial Chapel on Germantown Pike and listened to testimonials about a boy who worked to serve his community.
"He passed out free food to the tornado victims," said the minister who officiated Javier's services. "Javier spent a lot of time with us at the House Of Bread."
Ministers also referred to the one question still on the minds of many: Will anyone be held criminally responsible for the deaths of Javier and Devin?
"God is all over this and he is going to handle the business he needs to handle for your family," said the minister at Javier's funeral.
Asked Friday about the case, Greg Flanagan, a spokesman for Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck Jr. said, "DPD [Dayton Police Department] detectives and assistant prosecutors met yesterday afternoon [Thursday] to discuss the status of the investigation.
“It was agreed that there is additional investigation that needs to be completed. DPD will notify us when they have completed the investigation, and they will meet again at that time," Flanagan said.