‘We need this case solved': Brevard County family waits for justice nearly two years after man’s death

Thursday marks two years since the murder of a Titusville man, and his family is still waiting for an arrest.

“We need help. We need this case solved, somebody arrested,” said Brenda Mayor, Butler’s aunt.

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Two years ago, Tony Butler’s body was discovered in a burning vehicle in a wooded area on Bethune Avenue in Mims.

Butler’s death was ruled a homicide but no one has been arrested for the crime.

The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office said Butler’s case is progressing. The agency considers the case open and active.

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“It’s so sad. We couldn’t say our goodbyes because they burned him up, and that’s sad, and that’s going to be a brand on us forever,” Mayo said.

Mayo said she won’t stop pushing for justice for her nephew.

“You know, I don’t wish nothing on nobody, but I wish somebody would come forth and help us out,” she said.