LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - "Hey Chase," Marilyn Faver takes phone call, after phone call, "Oh God, I just can't. It's bad."
Faver breaks the news of her son's death to friends and family.
"My daughter called and said my son had been hit by a car and needed to come home," Faver explains.
But when she got there, it was too late. According to a police report, on the night of May 23, 15-year-old Masen Faver was walking along Willow Springs Road with a friend.
"There's a white car that comes around the big curve and his friend hollered at him, 'Masen lookout' and when Masen turned around, the car hit him," his mom explained.
Faver was taken by Med Flight to Arkansas Children's Hospital, where he later died.
"Mason was a good kid." said Richard Carey, a friend of the familywho knew Masensincebirth.
The day after Masen was hit and killed, Carey returned to the scene of the accident, pacing through the grass in hopes of finding anything that belonged to the teenager.
"They couldn't find his phone last night," he recalls."So I thought I'd come down here and look for it."
While Carey continues to search, Faver's family mourns.
"Somebody out there, somewhere, knows something," says his aunt, Pris Estridge. "They took him away and they need to at least say that they did it," Faver adds.
Until the culprit is found, his family will have to adjust to living without a brother, a son, and a friend.
"I'll be heart broken for the rest of my life. I won't ever be the same. I have to bury my child and they just kept going," says Faver.
If you would like to donate to Masen Faver's funeral expenses, a fund has been set up at Summit Bank under Masen Favor.
Anyone with information regarding the hit-and-run is asked to call Pulaski County Sheriff's Office at 340-6963.