Attorney doubles reward to $50,000 for information in Tay Jackson's murder
the reward he's offered for information about a Milwaukee murder case.
Community activist and rapper, Quanita "Tay" Jackson, was shot and killed on August 25 in a drive-by shooting near Moody Park on the city's north side.
Milwaukee police are still searching for the person responsible for the shooting.
Jackson had organized a basketball tournament at Moody Park a day before she was killed.
Michael Hupy is on the board of directors of Children's Outing Association in Milwaukee, an organization Jackson worked with.
Hupy first offered a $25,000 reward, now he has increased it to $50,000.
He hopes the money will encourage someone with information leading to an arrest and conviction to come forward.