|Updated: 5/22/2012 1:49 pm
||Published: 5/21/2012 11:31 pm
PINE BLUFF, AR -- With watchful eyes, Laurell Hall sits in Pine Bluff City chambers, staring at the leadership Monday night.
"The more they see me, the more they can't ignore me and my daughters case," said Hall.
Her daughter, Cleashindra, went missing more than 18 years ago.
In response to the reopening of the case, Alderman Steven Mays presented a resolution, requiring police to create a cold case unit.
"It was to help the other cold cases because we have more than one. But the resolution was to start on the Hall case," said Mays.
But the effort failed. However police did make a promise to be more transparent.
"Each Wednesday after we get together, I will give the Hall family a weekly update on what we have or have not accomplished on the case," said deputy chief Kelvin Sargeant.