(ROBERTSDALE, Ala.) - Sheriff's investigators and members of the Baldwin County District Attorney's office will be headed to Gravine Island one more time. It will be an opportunity to to piece together all the evidence surrounding the shooting of Summer Moody , 17 .
The teen was shot in the head during what is believed to have been a robbery in progress at a remote camp site on the island. The three men who may fired shots at the teen have not been charged. Three other teens who were with Moody have been charged with burglary in the case. Investigators say Tuesday's recreation of the crime scene will help pave the way to making it easier for a jury to understand what happened.
The crime scene is a remote place, hard to get to and gathering evidence here is not easy.
"One its very complicated. One you have a young lady who has been shot - and under any circumstance she didn't deserve this. But there are a lot of factors playing into this one of them is the remoteness of Gravine Island. Thats not something we can routinely drive back and forth to," said Major Anthony Lowery with the Sheriff's Office.
Investigators will need the dark of night to re-create what could be key to any further action by prosecutors in this case.
"We know where we collected evidence from and upon doing interviews we know where people believe they were. We will put investigators back in those spots, we will put some of the evidence back and we'll photograph those scenes and try and get good picture for a jury as to what exactly happened on that night, " said Lowery.
It's exactly what Moody's family is looking for, a fair chance at getting to the truth of what really happened early Sunday morning April 15.
"The family in this case wants to see something done to the shooters but they are real concerned about Summer's medical condition at this point. It's hard for them to focus on whether or not charges should be brought or what they want to see happen in this matter," said Rob Stankoski attorney for the Moody family.
The State Marine Patrol will block off areas surrounding Gravine Island. The idea is to keep boaters away so the officers can do their job without interruption.