Now, Crime Stoppers of Summit County, Ohio, is featuring a $50,000 reward for details on the situation.
Na’kia Crawford, 18, was killed Sunday. And even though phone calls have poured into law enforcement, no arrests have been created still.
“We have devoted hundreds of male hrs to this crime already, and we will continue on to do so,” reported Akron Police Deputy Main Jesse Leeser in the course of a information conference Tuesday.
Witnesses instructed law enforcement that a black athletics car with tinted home windows stopped specifically guiding Crawford’s white Chevrolet Malibu. The suspect, or suspects, pulled up to the driver’s aspect of the Malibu and “fired numerous rounds to the facet of her car.”
Crawford was taken to a clinic with many gunshot wounds, where by she later died. Her grandmother was not hurt in the shooting, Leeser explained.
“Anyone is familiar with a thing,” stated Leeser, pleading for the public’s enable in finding all those accountable.
Crawford was a current graduate of Akron’s North Substantial University and was arranging on attending Central Point out College.
“The potential she dreamed of was stolen from her,” mentioned Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan.
Crawford’s spouse and children is donating $20,000 to the Criminal offense Stoppers original $5,000 reward. Another $25,000 was donated by Dr. Cliff Deveny, president and CEO of Summa Wellness. The Criminal offense Stoppers reward presently totals $50,000, Akron law enforcement mentioned.