NEWARK - Families say they are hoping for justice in the 1978 disappearance of five Newark boys after a trial date was set for one of the suspects accused in the case.
Officials say Lee Evans will face trial in May for the alleged killings. They say he has entered a not guilty plea, but the victims' families say they're confident in a conviction.
News 12 New Jersey sat down with Terry Lawson, the sister of one of the victims. Lawson says she's been waiting 32 years and is now expecting justice.