Los Angeles Sheriff Raises $ 200,000 Reward for Compton Gunman

LASD continues the search for the Compton gunman.


After a fugitive gunman attacked two Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department (LASD) deputies in cold blood last weekend in Compton, the agency announced a huge reward for finding the gunman.

In principle, the authorities announced a reward of $ 100,000 dollars to whoever provides information that leads to the identification and arrest of the attacker, but now the reward will be $ 200,000, as reported by the Fox network.

In addition, the department ruled on a publication that circulated on social networks accusing a man outside the Los Angeles area. The LASD claimed it was misinformation and that they remained without a suspect.

In an apparent unprovoked attack, about 7 p.m. on Saturday, the gunman approached the window of a patrol with two Sheriff’s deputies, a 31-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man, and shot them repeatedly in cold blood. The agents are hospitalized with serious injuries.

An image released last Monday shows the policewoman who despite being seriously injured, she applied a tourniquet and protected her partner while waiting for reinforcements.

LASD Detective Keegan McInnis created a fundraising campaign on GoFundMe to help the two injured police officers to cover the expenses of the operations and the recovery treatments that they will need once their life is not in danger.

The man, who fled the scene on foot, remains a fugitive.

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