$10,000 Reward Set for Philly Officer's Shooter
December 14, 2010
A $10,000 reward is being offered in the shooting and wounding of Philadelphia Police officer Kevin Gorman, reports the Inquirer.
Police are seeking Naisul Martinez, 20, who is suspected to be involved in a Friday incident. After stopping a vehicle, four men bolted from the vehicle, and the officer gave chase. He was struck by two rounds in the shoulder, as he climbed a fence.
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