While two suspects accused in a murder from last year await trial, the man shot to death on the side of Fidelio Road will be remembered in a memorial ceremony early next month.
The family of Vincent Goslyn, Jr. will hold a vigil on Fidelio Road February 3rd at 4:30 at the spot where he was shot to death—just east of Fort Campbell Boulevard.
Goslyn’s cousin, Tim Hamilton, says it will simply be a ceremony to show their loved one is not forgotten.
Hamilton says friends of Goslyn have been invited and family from other parts of the country will be coming in. He says anyone who knew Goslyn as a friend locally is also welcome.
Goslyn’s wife, 26-year old Jessie Goslyn, is charged with the murder along with 25-year old Jarred Tabor Long. Police have alleged the suspects were in a romantic relationship and that Long lived with Jessie at her on-post housing for several months while her husband was deployed overseas.
Police say the couple discussed how she would take her husband out to eat and to pretend to get sick on Fidelio Road, where Long would be waiting and pretending to have a broken down vehicle.
A Christian County Sheriff’s Deputy who testified in court last year said that even though Vincent Goslyn was injured and being attacked by Long, he yelled for his wife to go and get away from the scene believing they were both a victim of a bad guy.