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Parents Of Hendersonville Cold Case Victim Speak Out

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by Emily Luxen

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. - The parents of a Hendersonville boy killed 21 years ago have new hope the cold case will be solved.

Danny and Patty Green said they still get emotional when looking at photos or talking about their son Brandon. 

"It's been so many years, and we've learned to live with it," said Danny Green, Brandon's father. "We understand we have to go through life not knowing who did this."

Brandon Green was hit by a car and killed on May 1, 1992 on Savely Drive in Hendersonville.  The driver took off and has never been found. Brandon's photo and information on the case have gone back in the spotlight courtesy of a new billboard along Main Street.

"Maybe it's going to bring some new life to the case," said Danny Green.

Detectives with the Hendersonville Police Department said it already has led to new leads. They said the investigation has been energized.

"We hope someone who was present back them may have information, and are now willing to come forward," said Det. Sgt. J.D. Coarsey with the Hendersonville Police Department.

Police originally were looking for a blue midsize car, but new technology has helped them determine a red midsize car may have hit Brandon.

The Greens said they believe the person responsible is still out there, and will eventually come forward.

"They've closed a lot of cases here in Hendersonville," said Danny Green. "I would like to see this be one of them."

If anyone has information on the case, they are urged to call Hendersonville Police at 615-264-5303 or CrimeStoppers at 615-573-5400.


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