Governor's Office Offers Reward for Two Homicide Cases


Governor Robert Bentley's office is offering rewards in two homicide cases in east Alabama. On April 6, Gerry Wallace was shot and killed at his home in Sylacauga, and five days later, Kieria Reynolds was shot and killed a few blocks from there. Sylacauga Police Chief Chris Carden got word yesterday that the state will pay $5,000 for information leading to the arrests and convictions of those responsible for each homicide.

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