ROCHESTER (KDKA) — The family of a young man who was killed in New Brighton this week says they want justice.

De’Andre Moon, 19, of Rochester, was a standout high school football player and had a full athletic scholarship to Concord University.

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He was shot and killed on a houseboat at the New Brighton Marina early Wednesday morning.

“Nobody has an answer as to why, where, what,” Keisharra Abercrombie, his mother, said. “Somebody got to talk to me. I’m still waiting, writing police, the coroner.”

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Police questioned 19-year-old David Mooney, the owner of the houseboat. He has not been charged.

“I need an answer. I need to know where he’s at, why he ain’t locked up,” Abercrombie said. “If it would’ve been me, I would’ve been locked up twice, no bond or the highest bond.”

Police say the investigation is still continuing.

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