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For the third day in a row investigators continued to collect evidence at the scene of a triple homicide in West Nashville.
After two men were brought in for questioning and then cleared- Fox 17 found neighbors remain on edge.
On day three of the investigation it was more combing through the crime scene and looking for evidence that might lead police to the person or persons that killed 48 year old Deborah Sullivan, 56 year old Patrick Sullivan and their daughter 26 year old Wendy Sullivan
Neighbor, Treva says, “Monday morning I seen her at nine o clock I was taking my walk and we waved and she waved and she was messing with her Halloween that is the last I seen of her.”
The couple's 28 year old daughter was the one who found her family members with extensive trauma to their bodies...
Wednesday afternoon police along with family members with Kentucky escorted the visibly shaken woman back to the home.
She stayed only minutes before leaving in her vehicle that has been at the crime scene since Monday.
Neighbors plan to organize a benefit for her next week.
Connie Childress says ,“You've got to do something for something like this i mean there is one daughter left she has four children between he sister and her - they had to a piece and she has lost a mother a daddy a sister.”
Neighbors say seeing the decorations up at the corner house every holiday will be missed... But they will also miss seeing the couple spend special moments with their grandchildren.
Connie Childress says, “The little boys Sunday were in the swing with their Grand Daddy she said I couldn't understand what they were saying but she said it was just a granddaddy moment.”
For another night neighbors light candles in remembrance of their friends.
Treva says, “I talked to her everyday a lot of these people didn't and it just really - it is taking a big toll on me.”
And continue to wonder why three lives were stolen
Police say they believe the victims put up a struggle and that the suspect or suspects may have received an injury that might have drawn blood.
They say people should call Crimestoppers if they have noticed anyone with unexplained open wounds since Monday afternoon.
Thursday, October 25 2012, 01:29 AM CDT
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By ERIK SCHELZIG Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Queen Elizabeth's youngest son, Prince Edward, is visiting Tennessee to promote one of the British royal family's charities, the Duke of Edinburgh's awards.
The prince presided over an awards ceremony at the governor's mansion in Nashville on Thursday for the first batch of young Tennesseans to participate in the leadership and character program.
About 80 youths received the award by participating in community service, skills development, physical fitness and adventurous journeys through the Boy Scouts, Boys and Girls Clubs, LEAD Academy, Montgomery Bell Academy or the Miss Tennessee Scholarship Organization.
Following the event, Gov. Bill Haslam and first lady Crissy Haslam invited the awardees and their families to tea inside the governor's residence. Later on Thursday, the prince was scheduled to headline a black-tie gala at Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville.
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