Reward For Information Leading To Arrest Of Man Who Shot LA Deputies Increased


The reward being offered for information leading to the arrest of the man who shot two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies has gone up. The reward money increased from $100,000 to $175,000 on Monday after a pair of anonymous donors pitched in. The suspect is described as a 28-to-30-year-old black man, but all other details are still a mystery. Each deputy was shot multiple times, one suffering wounds to the head and the other to the face. Sheriff Alex Villanueva says it’s a “miracle” they survived, but adds each has a long road to recovery.