The family of a veteran New Orleans firefighter killed in gunfire outside a Memphis nightclub in August has increased the reward for information in his death, according to a report.
Gregory Howard's family announced on Friday that they have added $10,000 to the reward, bringing the total to $11,000, according to a report from WREG in Memphis.
Howard’s wife, Dominique, on Friday made a tearful plea for anyone with information in his killing to come forward, WREG reported.
“We just want someone to come forward,” she said at a news conference. “If this was your husband, your son, your brother … You took him away from us for something so senseless. We are asking anyone who saw anything to please come forward.”
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WHBQ in Memphis reported that law enforcement have identified a person of interest they would like to speak with in the case, but have not offered further details.
Howard was killed Aug. 26 outside the club Mynt, where a group of people had just been kicked out. Howard and his companions, who were in Memphis for a first responders basketball tournament, had decided against going to the club when gunshots rang out and a stray bullet struck him in the head.
As far as authorities can tell, Gregory Howard, a veteran firefighter from New Orleans, had …
Howard was less than a month away from his 10th anniversary with the New Orleans Fire Department when he was killed. His survivors include his wife and two children.
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