Confidential informant led police to Fla. cop killer

Question now becomes, who gets the $100,000 promised to anyone providing information leading to the arrest of Dontae Morris


By Rebecca Catalanello
The Lakeland Ledge

TAMPA — The offer was unprecedented in Tampa's history - $100,000 to anyone providing information leading to the arrest of Dontae Morris, the man accused of killing two Tampa police officers.

On Saturday, Tampa police Chief Jane Castor said the money likely will go to someone. But who will get it - and how much they will get - remains a mystery.

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