An illustration of Casey Haggard and a memorial hang on a pole near the intersection of Blackstone and Cornell avenues in Fresno, where she was fatally stabbed in July 2015. A vigil and march was held by the local transgender community on Friday commemorating Casey’s life and calling for justice for her killer who has not been arrested.
An illustration of Casey Haggard and a memorial hang on a pole near the intersection of Blackstone and Cornell avenues in Fresno, where she was fatally stabbed in July 2015. A vigil and march was held by the local transgender community on Friday commemorating Casey’s life and calling for justice for her killer who has not been arrested. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
An illustration of Casey Haggard and a memorial hang on a pole near the intersection of Blackstone and Cornell avenues in Fresno, where she was fatally stabbed in July 2015. A vigil and march was held by the local transgender community on Friday commemorating Casey’s life and calling for justice for her killer who has not been arrested. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

One year later, Fresno transgender woman’s death still unsolved

August 15, 2016 4:14 PM