LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- A Louisville family says they are finally getting justice. They are relieved that the man accused of murdering their loved one is being brought back to Louisville to answer to the charges.
“I just don’t understand it. He destroyed my life. He really did. He destroyed my life,” Angela Williams, the victim’s mother said.
Instead of an ornament, Williams placed her son's obituary on her Christmas tree.
“I have to hang my son’s obituary on the Christmas tree. A little picture of him. It’s very sad, it’s really hurtful for real,” Williams said. “I just go one day at a time without Antonio."
Her son Antonio Spaulding was a father and husband. Spaulding got into an argument with Dashad Eubanks and asked him to leave his property on South 13th Street. Police say Eubanks shot and killed Spaulding and shot and injured his wife-she survived.
“I tell people that basically you can't argue with these young people. You got to just keep it moving, just keep your mouth shut just to stay safe. You just can’t argue with them because that's what happened with my son he was only arguing with him and he told my son he would put his face on a t-shirt and he did just what he said,” Williams said.
Williams says Eubanks is being extradited back to Louisville this week after being arrested in New York on Spaulding's murder.