Thomas Byrd Shooting: $10,000 Reward Offered For Information About His Death
The tragic news continues with the reports that actor Thomas Jefferson Byrd got shot in Atlanta. He was tragically killed, and now, the local authorities announced that there's a reward of $10,000 offered in an effort to find the killers.
The Shade Room has more details about the whole situation.
It's been revealed that there's a $10,000 reward that's offered for any information that can help authorities.
TSR quotes info from AJCNews and reveals that 'Atlanta Crime Stoppers has decided to increase the reward in Thomas Byrd’s death investigation to $10,000 after he was sadly killed in southwest Atlanta on October 3rd. The Tony Award-nominated actor, who appeared in a number of films from director #SpikeLee, was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds in his back.'
TSR also notes that the 'Police responded to a call from the 2200 block of Belvedere Avenue at about 1:45 a.m., according to Atlanta police spokesman Officer Anthony Grant. He was pronounced dead shortly after by Grady Hospital emergency medical services.'
It's been reported that the local investigators are not certain as to what led to this incident, and they are working hard in order to discover the circumstances around this tragic death.
A follower said: 'Y’all really be out here killing people and going back to your normal lives? I’m scared of y’all,' and someone else posted this: 'Elders are supposed to be untouchable.'
A person said: 'Truly sad he was a great actor🙏🏿,' and someone else wrote this: 'God bless his soul, it's tragic for his family and his friends, a talented actor, human beings are really ruthless.'
A follower posted this message: 'Dam! Where’s #blacklivesmatter at now?' and someone else said: 'this tragedy can not be blamed on 1 movement that had NOTHING to do with the crime.'
A commenter posted: 'Huh? They're still here...? Lol the people who care about him are people who believe black lives matter,' and someone else wrote: 'you sound dumb. Every race kills their own kind, so don't make this about blacklivesmatter.'
What do you think about this whole mess?