Friends and family not giving up, despite the year anniversary of her disappearance
LAFAYETTE, LA (KADN) — Overwhelming support from the community at last night's candlelight vigil for Keiosha Felix, letting the public know that even a year later family and friends of Keiosha are not giving up. They are keeping the faith alive, and still have hope that she will return home safely.
"Keiosha, if you're out there and seeing this make a phone call if you can. I mean when, if you come back home we are here for you. You will be with us so don't be afraid if you can make that phone call. It's a year later, and we are still here supporting you and we're not giving up on you. We're not giving up the hope so if you can just make that phone call, and we will be here for her or for you no matter what," says Keiosha'a Aunt Lena Lewis.
Friends and family of Keiosha stress how important it is to keep Keiosha's name out there, and not letting it be forgotten. She is now sixteen years old.