TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL)--The father of a Florida A&M University student opens up about his son killed over homecoming weekend.
Allen Langford's son Quinton was shot to death as a party wrapped up in the Fall. Langford is now sharing his son's legacy.
The father of 20-year-old Quinton Langford says the heartache of losing his son is something he'll never get over.
"It drives me insane every single day," said Langford. "I just want it solved."
Langford was studying at FAMU.
"He came to work with us for the summer, doing construction and he changed it to construction management doing construction and building things, he liked it," said Langford.
On October 22, a party ended and bullets fired near the campus in the area of Perry and Gamble streets.
"His roommates say he was just at the wrong place at the wrong time, the next thing you know, gunshots rang out and that was pretty much it," said Langford.
Police released surveillance of people and cars believed to be connected to the case, but so far no arrests.
All that's left are memories.
"Everyone who knew him wanted to be around him, he brightened up the room," said Rena Hadsall, the girlfriend of Allen Langford. "Everyone always loved him. He always had everyone laughing."
The father's pain isn't going away until the case is solved.
If you have information on this case, you can call crime stoppers (850) 574-TIPS.