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Archive for Monday, December 12, 2011

Family of slain soldier offers reward for evidence

December 12, 2011

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— The family of a Fort Riley soldier that was shot and killed in Ogden is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case.

Relatives of Sgt. Ronald Evans Taylor posted information on the reward and a sketch of the suspect on a billboard along Fort Riley Boulevard in Manhattan Friday.

Taylor, a 28-year-old Army X-Ray technician, was shot to death Oct. 14 as he drove his car a few blocks from his home on the post.

WIBW reports that Taylor's brother says there is still no clear motive or suspect in the shooting. He says his family hopes the reward will prompt someone with information to come forward.

Comments

Angela Heili 3 years ago

How horrible! I hope they find the (biting my tongue) that did this!!!

Connie Bailey 3 years ago

I hope and Pray they find the scum too. This soldier did not deserve to be killed. This soldier put his life on the Front Line to give his life for Americans to be FREE but he did not deserve to be killed while home. God, please find this killer and send the Authorities to arrest him. Thank you God for being with this soldier's family. Amen!

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