Reward Doubled In Rowan Student's Murder
Dec 12, 2007 | Posted by: CBS 3 | Full story: CBS 3
Prosecutors announced a $50,000 increase in the reward designed to bring the person who killed a Rowan University student to justice.
This will be the first holiday season Donnie Farrell's family has to spend without him.
It has been almost two months since someone robbed and killed the 19-year-old Rowan University student, and now comes news the reward in the case is being substantially increased.
Initially, $50,000 was offered after the October 27th fatal beating.
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