MIAMI TWP., Ohio (WDTN) - 2 NEWS spent the day Friday calling federal agents, asking the FBI what led up to the fatal shooting at the Beverage Palace on Kingsridge Drive Thursday.
But how the shootout started and why remains a mystery.
We reached out to the victim's mother who told her side of the story.
Jermaine Coleman's family is left with many unanswered questions. Little Zyonn Coleman is left without a father.
"The police, a wrongful death meaning the police shot and killed and shot my child and I want justice," said Demecca Pinson, Coleman's mother.
Pinson wants to know why someone shot and killed her son.
"I don't know why he's probably getting a beverage. He has the right to go and get drinks of anywhere , or what have you," Pinson said.
Jail records show police arrested Tyler Christian Thursday at the crime scene. He's in the Montgomery County Jail on charges of possession of heroin, possession of a controlled substance and two counts of obstructing justice.
Another man, Tobe McLarty was injured, but was arraigned in court Friday afternoon.
Pinson says authorities wouldn't tell her anything Thursday, instead she heard her son was dead from the streets.
"I cannot help you. Only thing I can tell you is to call 225-HELP which was very inappropriate. It was very disrespectful and cruel."
Rob Sneed: "Ms., why do you think they did that?
Pinson: "Why? What are they telling you? They didn't tell us nothing. I can't say way. I want to know why ok."
FBI agent Todd Lindgren wouldn't comment about why Coleman was shot.
Pinson is tired of wondering and says she will not rest until she gets her questions answered.
"I wanted to know what was the probable cause of them shooting and killing my son. Thank you and good bye."
Riverside residents met with the Ohio EPA and Ohio Department of Health after concerns of toxic chemicals could be polluting their homes.
The Darke County Sheriff's Office was busy responding to several weather-related crashes Tuesday night. Deputies say many of the main roads are clear but most of the secondary streets are caked in ice and snow.
2 NEWS has confirmed Deb Piotrowski will leave her position with Xenia Community Schools.
Bobby Smith, 20, of Miami Township was found dead in front of an apartment building in the 1300 block of Camphill Way around 12:15 a.m.
A plan to build a $22-million dollar sports complex next door to the new music center was approved at Tuesday night's Huber Heights City Planning Commission meeting.