Reward approved

LOS ANGELES — The Board of Supervisors approved a $10,000 reward offering Wednesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of two men suspected of killing a teen girl in Monrovia Jan 26.
Sammantha Salas was killed in a hail of gunfire outside an apartment complex in the 2500 block of Peck Road in an unincorporated county section near Monrovia called “No Man’s Land.”
An unidentified friend of Salas was seriously wounded in the assault that also left a stucco apartment building riddled with bullet holes.
Along with the reward offering, more information about the shooting came to light. A press release issued by Supervisor Mike Antonovich’s office indicates that Salas and the other teen were approached by two men on foot.
“The two suspects are described as African-American in their 20s, wearing dark colored bandannas or hooded sweatshirts and members of the Du Rock Crips gang,” the press release said.

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  • EA

    THIS IS REALLY GREAT NEWS FOR ME. ITS ABOUT TIME. I WANT THESE IDIOTS TO GET CAUGHT ALREADY SAMMY DIDNT DESERVE THIS. R.I.P SAMMY I MISS YOU SO MUCH. DONT WORRY THIS IDIOTS WILL PAY FOR WHAT THEY DID TO YOU.