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After more than six painful weeks of waiting, there are finally some answers for the families of Sean Henry, Kelli Doherty and Brandi El-Salhy.
Those are the three young people gunned down at a Jupiter home Super Bowl night.
Police announced Monday they have arrested and charged Christopher Vasata for the murders. However, some of the victims' friends tell NewsChannel 5 the healing process is far from over.
Chase Malcolm was good friends with Sean Henry. He says the two met a few years back in a kickball league.
"Super friendly guy. Every time I saw him he just had a positive vibe," said Malcolm.
Malcolm says the arrest only provides a small sense of closure, but there are still too many unanswered questions related to this tragic case. "I wouldn't say a whole lot of closure. It's some answers," said Malcolm. He says this knowing more people may be involved.
"I think everybody just wants these people to be held accountable," added Malcolm.
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