"My life is empty. I have nothing to look forward too. He not only took her, he took my great grandchild. There's just no moving on for me," said Chelsey Mahaney's grandmother, Diane Mahaney.
It's an emotional time for Diane Mahaney, who said she may never recover from the loss of her granddaughter 22-year-old Chelsey Mahaney, who was murdered back in June.
A grand jury indicted 34-year-old Charles Copass of Scottsville on several charges including murder and fetal homicide, because Chelsey Mahaney was pregnant.
Diane Mahaney was upset when the court allowed Copass to leave before his preliminary hearing was finished.
"If he had the guts to kill my granddaughter, he ought to have the guts to sit there and look at us," said Mahaney.
Her idea of justice is not the death penalty.
"I don't want them to kill him. I don't want him to ever get probation. I want him to be put in prison, and they'll punish him," said Mahaney.
Mahaney believes Copass did not act alone, but police say otherwise.
"As of right now, we've only taken one person to the grand jury on this case, and those indictments followed that grand jury presentation," said Kentucky State Police Trooper Jonathan Biven.
For the family it will be a difficult road ahead.
"There's no moving on. I just want to see him punished before I do die," said Mahaney.
Copass will be in Allen County Court Monday morning for his arraignment, where he and his attorney will enter a plea.