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Posted by Max Cannon in $50,000+, FBI Reward, High Profile Cases, Solved, Tennessee, tags: Adam Mayes, Blog Talk Radio, connecticut, CrimePAY$, FBI Rewards, Jo Ann Bain, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, murder, reward, Reward Paid, RewardsTV, TBI, tennessee
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MURDERER ADAM MAYES
The Memphis and Jackson Divisions of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announce payment of reward money to those responsible for providing information which directly led to the capture of former FBI and TBI Top-Ten Most Wanted Fugitive Adam Christopher Mayes. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $1,000,000+, California, High Profile Cases, Solved, Unsolved Crimes, tags: Big Bear Lake, california, Christopher Dorner, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, murder, Oregon, reward, RewardsTV, Wanted Fugitive Reward
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2-15-13 Update: Fugitive ex-LAPD police officer Christopher Dorner’s death in a mountain cabin inferno has been confirmed by dental records, but the $1.1 million price put on his head during his week on the lam may go uncollected.
The bounty was funded by private donations and announced by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck while Dorner was on the run after gunning down a couple in Irvine Calif., and shooting two police officers, killing one, in Riverside. Although several tips and brushes with the former cop and Navy man eventually led to police surrounding him in a cabin in San Bernardino, it now looks like no reward money will change hands.
The $1 million pledged by the city was “for information that will lead to Mr. Dorner’s capture.” Another $100,000 pledged by the L.A. City Council had similar language, stating the money was for information “leading to the identification, apprehension and conviction of Christopher Dorner.”
Since Dorner was never captured, apprehended or convicted, and instead died Tuesday night during a dramatic standoff near Big Bear, Calif., when the cabin he barricaded himself in burned down with him inside, the terms were not met.
If officials take a looser view of the reward language, possible candidates for collection are Karen and Jim Reynolds, who called 911 after having been tied up by Dorner, who then stole their car.
“We didn’t even think about any of that until sitting around the sheriff’s station,” Karen Reynolds told CBS. “We just kind of started joking about it.”
Another person who helped police zero in on Dorner was Rick Heltebrake, who contacted a local sheriff’s deputy after he was carjacked by Dorner.
“I called him directly. He goes, ‘Whatcha got, Rick?’ I said, ‘Paul, he just took my truck,’” Heltebrake told the network.
Villaraigosa said the decision of whether to award the funds is up to the 20 different groups that agreed to contribute to the bounty pool. As for the $100,000, which now sits in the city’s ‘Special Reward Trust Fund,’ the City Council will ultimately make the call, according to the Frank Mateljan, spokesman for the city attorney.
“Arguably, city law is broad enough to allow payment to persons who assisted in the “identification, apprehension OR arrest and conviction” of a suspect,” Metaljan told ABC.
Others may have a claim, but they have to take certain steps, including applying in writing. Claim will be reviewed by the LAPD robbery and homicide division, and a recommendation would be made to the police commissioner and ultimately voted on by the City Council.
Seeking leads as the massive manhunt for Christopher Dorner — the former Los Angeles police officer suspected in three killings — progressed into its fourth day, authorities on Sunday, February 10, 2013 announced a $1 million reward for information leading to his arrest. Another $100,000 was added by the City of Los Angeles. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $100,000+, Florida, High Profile Cases, Unsolved Murder, tags: CrimePAY$, Dovie Hamby, Earl Pippin III, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, murder, Oregon, reward, RewardsTV, Sandra Prince, Unsolved Crimes, Unsolved Murder Reward
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Patrick Carney met Sandra Prince while they were both studying at Florida State University.
They remained friends after college, even though they went their separate ways. Carney lived in Venice. Prince lived in Temple Terrace and helped start ACTS, a substance abuse rehabilitation center. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, High Profile Cases, Oklahoma, Unsolved Murder, tags: CrimePAY$, Elaine Denney, Jack Denney, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, murder, OSBI, reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Crimes, Unsolved Murder Reward
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Jack and Elaine Denney
CHRISTMAS DAY DOUBLE MURDER
LOCUST GROVE, OK — When Jack Denney came home each night after work, he would meet his wife, Elaine, with two short kisses. A third, longer kiss followed soon after.
Those kisses, said their daughter, Sarah Keener, showed how much the two meant to each other and how much love they shared. Their infectious smiles and attitude lit up any room the couple entered and the face of each person they met, Keener said.
Their kisses, and their lives, ended tragically on Christmas Day, 2007. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $1,000+, Cold Case, High Profile Cases, Missing Persons, North Carolina, tags: Cold Case, CrimePAY$, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, Missing Child, Missing Persons, Missouri, North Carolina, reward, RewardsTV, Zebb Quinn
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Zebb Quinn in ROTC Uniform
THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF ZEBB QUINN
Sometimes when someone disappears, the police have plenty of clues, but the clues don’t make sense or they point in different directions. Such is the case in the very strange disappearance of Zebb Quinn. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, High Profile Cases, New York, Wanted Fugitives, tags: Clyde Hall Jr, CrimePAY$, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, reward, RewardsTV, sex predator, Unsolved Crimes, Wanted Fugitive Reward, Wanted Fugitives
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U.S. Marshals Add Convicted Child Predator to 15 Most Wanted
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Marshals Service added a convicted child predator to its 15 Most Wanted fugitive list. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $50,000+, Cold Case, High Profile Cases, New York, Unsolved Murder, tags: Cold Case, CrimePAY$, Darryl (DMC) McDaniels, Jam Master Jay, Jason Mizell, Joe (Run) Simmons, Layne Lasseter, Lydia High, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, murder, reward, RewardsTV, Ronald Washington, Run-DMC, Unsolved Murder Reward
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10 years later, Jam Master Jay murder still unsolved
Hip-hop pioneers Run-DMC are back on tour — their first without the backbeat of the group, DJ Jam Master Jay, the victim of an unsolved slaying shrouded in mystery and lack of cooperation by witnesses.
The platinum-selling band — which brought hip-hop to the mainstream with hits like “It’s Tricky,” “King of Rock” and a remake of Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way” — kicked off a tour last month even as the NYPD remains frustrated the 2002 execution-style rubout of the hip-hop star, whose real name was Jason Mizell, remains stalled 10 years later. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $5,000+, Florida, High Profile Cases, Unsolved Murder, tags: CrimePAY$, Dylan Thomas Tharp, florida, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, murder, reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Murder Reward
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Dylan Thomas Tharp
FOUND NUDE On AUDITORIUM ROOF
DAYTONA BEACH — With no suspect and no motive in the beating death of a man found nude atop the city’s Peabody Auditorium, Police Chief Mike Chitwood said he believes the case will be solved forensically.
The chief said no one has called the Police Department with tips about the killer who left Dylan Thomas Tharp on the Peabody’s roof Nov. 3, 2012 The body was discovered that afternoon after 2 p.m. and now police are offering a $5,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of a suspect. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in Cold Case, High Profile Cases, Missing Persons, Tennessee, tags: China Videon, Cold Case, CrimePAY$, Max Cannon, Missing Child, Missing Persons, reward, RewardsTV, tennessee
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MURFREESBORO, TN – It’s one of the mid-states most puzzling cases. On October 19, 1999, China Videon went to visit a friend and disappeared. Her mother spoke with Channel 4 about her daughter, the case and the search for answers.
“You have your birthdays and holidays … and you know you wonder what she’d be doing now,” Suzanne Videon explained. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $100,000+, High Profile Cases, New York, Unsolved Murder, tags: Alexander Grant, CrimePAY$, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, murder, reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Crimes, Unsolved Murder Reward
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Please Help Us
We are Ken and Deanna Grant, the parents of Alexander Grant. Alex died last year in Saratoga Springs, New York, after driving there to visit a friend who was attending college in the area. His death has caused us more sadness than we can describe, and we are asking you to help us find the answers which we know must exist as to how Alex went from a dorm room to a house party and ended up dead some six hours later. So far, all we have learned is that the events of his last night alive cannot be explained by what is currently known. Read the rest of this entry »
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