UPDATE (10:30 p.m.): Grace Nichols never thought she’d lose the love of her life, Tristan Bohanan… who was so unexpectedly, and so violently taken.

“He was a very amazing person,” said Nichols. “Anybody who knew him was very lucky to know him… and he cared for everybody.”

Bohannon leaves behind his three-year-old son and his four-week-old daughter.

His girlfriend of seven years says she’s heartbroken, now that she’s lost her best friend.

“I met him while I was in high school, he had just graduated,” said Nichols. “We’ve been through everything under the sun together. It’s really hard to think that he’s not here anymore, and that he’s not going to be able to watch his babies grow up and that they’re going to miss out on knowing how much of a good person he was.”

Nichols is now pleading to those in the community to say something if they know something.

“There is no reason our babies should have lost their father over something so stupid,” said Nichols. “There was no point in it.”

As this investigation continues, Nichols just wishes she could say one more thing to Tristan.

“I would make it known that I love him, and he will forever be in my heart. I’m going to make sure that his babies are okay because that’s what he would have wanted…”

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man who they said is wanted for the murder of another man who was shot and killed in Chickasaw over the weekend, according to a release from the MCSO.

Joseph Michael Timmons allegedly shot and killed Triston Michael Bohannon, 25, in Chickasaw at around 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 21.

Timmons also has two active warrants for robbery in the first degree. The MCSO previously stated they were searching for two suspects. There was no information given in reference to a second suspect at this time.

If anyone has any information for the whereabouts of Timmons is urged to contact MCSO at 251-574-8622. You can also give an anonymous tip to www.mobileso.com/cimetips/.

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