CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Bianca Tanner's sister Cerise Richardson spoke for the first time Wednesday night after her sister's body was found and identified.
"This is just the most unimaginable thing you could ever think to happen," she said. "Let's stand up and fight against domestic violence in memory of Bianca."
NC A&T students attended a vigil with Richardson in Charlotte.
Tanner was a teacher in Greensboro. Her body was found in a wooded area last week after weeks of searching.
Her former boyfriend, Angelo Smith, Jr. is facing murder charges in the case.