County pays out for info on crimes

We often read about rewards being offered for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for certain murders and other crimes, but rarely do we read that those rewards have been doled out.

Well, believe it or not, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will be distributing two separate $10,000 rewards this week paid to the individuals who provided information that led to the conviction of those responsible for:

–The assault of a Rowland Unified School District police officer while he was investigating a school burglary at Jellick Elementary School in Rowland Heights on August 15, 2006

–To the individuals who provided information to law enforcement that led to the conviction of Tonya Shaefer, the person responsible for the death of a newborn baby girl whose body was found on March 11, 2006, along the railroad tracks in the City of Alhambra.

  • the bounty hunter

    are there any other rewards being offered

  • the bounty hunter

    are there any other rewards being offered

  • Anonymous

    If the county has so much money why can’t they get MTA to spend money on the san gabriel valley?