$10K Offered for Cold Case Murders
The Montgomery District Attorney is offering rewards in an attempt to solve nine different cold cases.
Ellen Brooks announced yesterday that her office is offering a $5,000 reward in each of the nine cases for information that leads to arrests and convictions.
The governor's office agreed to match that amount, bringing the total reward to $10,000.
All nine cases are murders in which the victim was shot, and all but one happened in 2007.
A complete list of the cold cases is on-line at our website – ABC32.com
Here's the list:
March of 2007 - Terrell Motley, was shot and killed just off Ann Street at the 2800 block of Plum Street
February, 2007 - Randy Davis, 18, was found shot to death in the 3800 block of Meadowview Street in the Cloverland neighborhood.
July, 2007 - Michael Johnson, 43, was shot multiple times and found in the Motel 6 parking lot on the Eastern Boulevard.
July, 2007 - Lereico Woodard, 27, was shot and killed at an apartment complex at 5755 Calmar Drive.
August, 2007 - Adulfo Thomas, 25, was found shot to death in the 3800 block of Governors Drive (off McGehee Road).
October, 2007 - Deon Angelo Means, 30, died in the 3000 block of Narrow Lane Road near Cloverdale.
December, 2007 - Orinthesis Whatley, 29, was found dead in the 3000 block of Raintree Drive (near Virginia Loop Road).
December, 2007 - Jamerian Baxter, 22, died of gunshot wounds at 2014 Council Street in west Montgomery.
Baxter's family also spoke to the media Tuesday.
2001 - Roger Lucas, 41, shot in his home on Gilmer Avenue.