Reward Increased in Officer's Slaying
Chicago Tribune via Yellowbrix
November 29, 2010
CHICAGO – The reward offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the slayings of Chicago police officer and a former Chicago Housing Authority officer last week was increased Sunday to $20,000, police said.
Meanwhile, investigators on Sunday continued to hold a parolee described as a “person of interest” for questioning in the Friday afternoon shooting on the Southeast Side that killed police evidence technician Michael Flisk and former CHA officer Stephen Peters.
An unmarked police vehicle was stationed outside the parolee’s home in the South Chicago neighborhood on Sunday afternoon as the man’s car was towed away. No charges had been filed in the case.