An Arkansas mother, who lost her son in a 2003 car wreck says it was no accident. Seventeen year old Tim Stone died on Highway 57 in Ouachita County last September. Today his mother says she`s looking for answers. Renata Balleza says she is certain her son was murdered. She`s even hired private investigators to help her search for the truth. Tuesday, September 23, 2003, Tim Stone was driving outside of Chidester. A State Police accident report says Stone failed to maintain control of the vehicle and his car left the roadway. He was pronounced dead at the scene. "We did receive information immediately following the accident that definitely brings about, it was more than just an accident," said Balleza. The State Police accident report says Stone`s car overturned three times during the accident. But Balleza doesn`t buy it because there was little damage. She says even more suspicious was that police didn`t tell her where the car was taken after the accident. "There`s just a lot of things that went wrong." Balleza says she knows her son was threatened by other teens who were once his friends. Like any other teen, she says he had his problems, but was cleaning that up. "Anyone that knew him had seen the change in him," she said. Troubled teen or not, what Balleza believes really happened that September night, she hopes will see the light of day. "I believe he was run off the road." Balleza and her private investigator have turned over their evidence to State Police, who`ve turned it over to the Ouachita County Prosecutor. Balleza is hoping arrests could follow. Prosecuting Attorney Jamie Pratt says they can not discuss the case, because the investigation is still open. Ouachita County Sheriff Paul Lucas says his office was never in charge of the investigation into Tim`s accident, that they assisted Arkansas State Police.