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KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- A KCK family is slowly finding closure after a victim's alleged killer turned himself in on Thursday night.

Twenty-year-old D'Adrian Jones surrendered to police and faces a murder charge in the killing of Clarence Buford.


The family says this was good news, but not good enough. They say there's still one person involved in Buford's death, and they're asking Kavon Jones to do the right thing and surrender as well.

Buford, known to family as Trey, was gunned down at a strip mall parking lot at 43rd Street nearly a month ago. Marco Mclwee was arrested a day after the fatal shooting and also charged with murder.  Family members say this justice doesn't numb the pain.

“I would give anything to have him back. It hurts every day, every single day,” said aunt Sherita Pearson.

“It was really hard to see somebody who was I supposed to walk down the aisle with take his last breath, trying to hang on for life, gasping for air, trying to reach for my hand,” Buford’s fiancé Alexandria Stevens said.

Police are still looking for Kavon Jones. If you have any information, contact the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS.