Police: $50,000 Rewards Being Offered For 2 Unsolved Murder Cases
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The city of Los Angeles will offer $50,000 rewards for information in two unsolved murder cases, officials said.
The Los Angeles Police Department said detectives overseeing these murder investigations seek the public’s help to provide any information to assist in the identity, arrest and prosecution of the person or persons responsible for these murders.
Officials said one victim, Roshon Dwayne Davis, 26, was stabbed in daylight near a bus stop Jan. 29 at the intersection of La Brea Avenue and Coliseum Street. He was transported to a hospital, where he later died from stab wounds, police said.
The second victim, Nelva Hernandez, 44, was struck in a drive-by shooting March 29 while parked in a vehicle in front of her home alongside family members, police said. Officials said she was transported to a hospital and was listed in critical condition. She later died April 5 as a result of her injuries.
Anyone with information about these crimes are asked to contact detective Sal LaBarbera or Sgt. Paul Shearholdt at (213) 485-4341.