LAKELAND,Fla.-- The killers of three black men and a teen are roaming the streets of Lakeland.
The victims range in age from 15 to 55.
- Police trying to solve 4 homicides
- Victims rang in age from 15 to 55
- Anyone with information is asked to contact Lakeland Police
Police are working to solve the cases, and families like Jennifer Noble's want closure.
''He was the best daddy," said Noble, referring to her fiancé Mack Holloman. "I can't ask nobody to be the daddy that he was with my kids.”
Holloman was found dead in an alley on West Magnolia Street on June 8.
"It's not fair. They did this right before his daughter turned 19, before Father’s Day and before his birthday. Really? Over what? Nothing. He didn’t have no money. He was taking care of us. He didn’t have no extra money,” Noble said.
His death has left her heartbroken and homeless.
"He bought diapers, wipes, paid for the room, took us out to dinner. Now I’m stuck and struggling with two kids," Noble said.
She's hoping for answers saying that would help her sleep at night.
"To be honest with you, the person who did it needs to come forward because my kids need justice.
She said Holloman was released from prison on a drug charge in October. Noble said she was helping him fill out job applications so their family could live a better life.
Lakeland Police are also trying to figure out who killed 31-year-old Michael Guthridge. He was found dead in a parking lot on April 6, with a gunshot wound.
Another unsolved case is Roderick Childs’. He was found dead in his apartment on Jan. 22. Police released a sketch in March of who they believe killed Childs. There haven’t been any updates from investigators since.
Then there's Lakeland’s latest homicide investigation involving 14-year-old Rex Honors. Police are not releasing any details about how he was killed.
Lakeland Police Chief Larry Giddens declined an on camera interview for this story. His spokesman said the department doesn't have a problem solving cases. It just takes time.
Anyone with information on Rex Honors’ case is asked to call Det. Russell Hurley at 863-834-8973 and anyone with information on Michael Guthridge’s case is asked to call Det. Stacey Pough at 863-834-8978.
Anyone with information on the others cases is asked to call the Lakeland Police Department at 863-834-6900.
People can also leave an anonymous tip with Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-226-8477 and become eligible for a cash reward.