Reward Offered in Shooting Death of Minneapolis Father of 4, Community Activist

May 15, 2018 07:08 PM

The search for the person killed a community activist and a father of four in Minneapolis is intensifying.

Thirty-three-year-old Tyrone Williams was shot outside his mother's home in Minneapolis last month.


There is now a warrant out for the arrest of 27-year-old Sid Brady Strickland-Green. A $2,500 reward has also been made available for information leading to Stricktland-Green. 

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"We believe someone knows where Strickland-Green is at, and we are asking you to share that info with law enforcement," Minneapolis Police Department Spokesman John Elder said. 


Elder added that providing information can be done anonymously.

His family is also pleading for answers, asking this community to stand up for a man who stood for justice.

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"We don't need any more bloodshed,"  said Rosemary Nevils-Willaims, Tyrone's mother. "I don't want another mother to go through this. Please just give the information to authorities so they can take care of this."

Anonymous tips can be called in at 800-222-TIPS (8477)


Jessica Miles

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