“I’m Never Going To See Him Again,” Laments Father Of Murdered Son

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Jacob Kudla and Jourdan Bobbish. (Family Photos/Police Handout)

Jacob Kudla and Jourdan Bobbish. (Family Photos/Police Handout)

WESTLAND (WWJ) – Today marks the day two months ago when two Westland teenagers went missing after visiting a relative on Detroit’s east side. Seventeen-year-old Jourdan Bobbish and 18-year old Jacob Kudla were found shot to death five days later in a field near City Airport.

Are police any closer to solving the double homicide? WWJ Newsradio 950’s Marie Osborne spoke with a family member about the case.

“I was in shock, and this is a reality that he is not ever going to come home. I’m not ever going to see him again, you know, hug him, hold him – it’s reality now that he’s not coming home,” said Jourdan’s dad, Michael Bobbish. “I can’t even describe the pain.”

He says he has faith that justice will be done in this case and that the person or persons who are responsible will be found.

“We think about him, we talk about him … you want to remember the good times and that’s what he left us …,” said Bobbish.

Monday Jourdan would have turned 18-years-old, his dad said that they went to a restaurant that Jourdan liked to go to and made it the best day they could.

He’s staying strong for his wife and other children as they slowly put their life back together.

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