Father of slain aspiring model will keep her memory alive
CHICAGO (AP) — The father of a suburban Chicago woman who was shot to death as she heading home after visiting her grandmother on the city's South Side says he is still in denial over her death.
Twenty-year-old Kaylyn Pryor of Evanston was shot in the right armpit Nov. 2 as she walked to a bus stop. She was walking near a 15-year-old boy when someone in a passing SUV fired shots. Chicago police have said they don't believe the aspiring model was the intended target.
Alan Scott says he moved his family from the Englewood neighborhood where his parents still live because he wanted his children to see something different.
Scott says he wants to keep his daughter's memory alive. He says he will join with other parents the fight against gun violence in the city.