DETROIT (AP) – A $100,000 reward is being offered for information that solves the fatal shooting of a Grosse Pointe Farms teen who was killed in Detroit.
Three other teens were also injured by gunfire while sitting in a car on Detroit’s east side last week. The reward was announced Monday by police and the head of the Detroit Crime Commission, a private agency that serves as a liaison between the public and law enforcement.
Commissioner director Andy Arena says the money is coming from families that know the victims. They don’t want to be identified. Arena, a former FBI agent, says it’s one of the largest rewards he’s seen.
Sixteen-year-old Paige Stalker was killed on Dec. 22 when a gunman sprayed the car with at least 30 shots.