BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - A Berkeley County woman is making an appeal for help to solve her son's murder case that has gone cold.
On May 11, 2011, Chad Williams was gunned down at his home on Gladiola Way near St. Stephen.
"I just want to know why they killed my son, that's all I want to know. Why they felt they needed to kill my son?" said Williams' mom, Audrey Williams.
(2117)"the only thing kept running through my mind. Why would somebody shoot my son and how bad was my son shot?"
Chad Williams was hit by at least four bullets, according to investigators.
He died at the hospital.
Deputies say before Williams died he told them he had no idea who shot him.
"I know my son's last words was he was not ready to die. That's was my son's last words, he was not ready to die," Audrey Williams said.
Williams said before the shooting she had a warning for Chad.
"I told him you know, don't trust anybody because people these days, you can't trust and apparently what I told him came to light because of what that person did in killing him."
Audrey said Chad was always a quiet person and as far as she knows had no enemies.
With her son silenced for good,
Williams is now the voice for him, with a message for the killer.
"This person, these people need to be caught. I can't see them walking on the streets, bragging about what they did."
Chad Williams left behind two young children, a two year old girl and a one year old boy who was born after his death.
The Williams family is determined to find out who killed him.
The sheriff's office said they are actively investigating the murder and hope to solve it soon to give the family closure.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.