A normal day in a small, quiet Edmonson county town quickly turned tragic for the mother of Jeremy Priddy.
"October 9th was the worst day of our lives. We were in our own little quiet community where I was raised, and where I raised my children, and it's where my son died," said Vonnie Priddy.
Sometime between 5:30 and 7:30 that evening, Kentucky State Police said Priddy's girlfriend found him beaten to death on the floor of his home.
Police interviewed neighbors, but say none of them saw what happened. Despite this, his family still seeks answers.
"I believe with all my heart that there's somebody out there that knows something and that will come forward. If I didn't believe that, I couldn't go on," said Priddy.
Going on is what she is doing with the mission of finding justice for her son.
"The last six months have been the worst six months of my life," said Priddy.
The family is now offering a $10,000 reward for anyone with information that leads to the conviction of the killer.
"There's a place missing in our hearts. We drive by it everyday and we see it. We need some closure, and I know that somebody's going to help us. I believe that," said Priddy.
Priddy says she will not give up until she finds that closure.
"I'm begging please if you know anything... if you've heard anything... if you saw anything at all, please call Crime Stoppers." said Priddy.
You can contact Crime Stoppers with an anonymous tip, but the $10,000 reward will be given by the family.
Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers at 781-CLUE, or text a tip to 274637 with "SCKY" plus your message.
Your calls and texts are anonymous.