"We still have nothing. I'm still fighting every day,” said his mother Sherri Blue.
Police originally believed Braxton’s death was a suicide, but as his death was ruled undetermined, his mother pushed harder for police to investigate.
"It's very frustrating. I do not understand why they won't take Braxton seriously,” said Sherri Blue.
Five years have come and gone as the investigation has passed from Dumas Police to the Hartley County Sheriff’s Office, and, eventually, to Dalhart Police.
"Dalhart called and told me they were going to be on top of it, he was going to take it, and he was going to do everything he possibly could, and we worked really well together. Then, all of a sudden, they told me nope,” said Sherri.
"It's one of those cases that's at a standstill more or less, right now,” said Hartley County Sheriff Franky Scott. “We're not actively investigating it but as things come up here and there from resources and stuff ... then we will check it out."
“They later told me they had found some DNA in the basement,” said Sherri. “They came back and told me it was possibly a false positive."
"Through the text messages that came up, this kid said, 'well, you better watch yourself, 'cause I'm the one that killed your buddy Braxton Blue,’” recalled Sherri.
"I love you. I will fight 'til the day I die. I will get justice one way or another,” said Sherri.
The page continues to leave messages to Braxton, as well as posting updates on the case.