The Action 10 Troubleshooters has another case closed! Cori Gonzalez finally got the headstone for her son's gravesite.
Gonzalez told the Troubleshooters she had bought the headstone a year ago from Legacy Monuments on Reid Drive for $3,500.
According to Gonzalez, her son was a victim of a homicide.
She says she wanted to put his headstone next to her younger son's headstone at Rose Hill Cemetery.
Gonzalez decided to call the Troubleshooters for help because she got tired of waiting.
Andy Liscano with the Troubleshooters called Legacy Monuments and the headstone manufacturer.
A local funeral home offered to help out Gonzalez, and she called the Troubleshooters on Monday with the good news.
This is another one in the books for a Troubleshooters case closed.
As always whatever happens next, Action 10 will be sure to let you know.
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