Petition Closed

Dear Governor Brown,

As you know, gang violence is prevalent in our California neighborhoods. Many young people are dieing and our community needs your help to stop this. It has been almost 2 years since the murder of one young man in our community. Without monetary assistance from your office, we fear this killer will not be brought to justice.

Letter to
Office of the California Governor California Governor Brown
California Governor
I just signed the following petition addressed to: California Governor Brown.

Post a cash reward for information on the murder of
Carl Tom Reimer

Dear Governor Brown,

It is with great respect and hope that we write your office to ask that you provide state funds for a reward for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for the death of Carl Reimer. This violent and senseless crime occurred on April 24, 2010. This 19 year old young man was gunned down in his own neighborhood. It has been almost 2 years since this tragedy, and no arrests have been made. Our community needs your help. I am attaching a link here from the local paper concerning this violent crime.

The local authorities have not been able to secure reward money to assist in this investigation. Most recently, they have suggested that the family and friends should request reward money themselves, directly to your office.

We, the family, friends and others concerned with the gang violence in our community, are asking that you provide state funds for information leading to an arrest in this case.

We firmly believe that there are people in this community who have information as to who this shooter is. We also believe that a cash reward may bring this information to light and to the authorities.

Please help us to solve this horrible crime, and help this family and community. Let's send a message by a reward that gang violence will not be tolerated in our community and state.

Thank you from the family and friends of this young man, and those of us who live in this community


Sincerely, The family, friends, local community, and parents losing children to this violence.