Westchester Crime Stoppers offers $7,500 reward to help find suspect in June 2021 murder

Mount Vernon police are asking for the public’s help to find the suspect who killed a young man last year.

Nadia Galindo

Nov 14, 2022, 6:02 PM

Updated 558 days ago


Westchester Crime Stoppers is offering a $7,500 reward for information that could help solve a murder.
Jeremy Logan was fatally shot on June 23, 2021 near 266 South Fulton Ave. in Mount Vernon where a vigil was taking place for one of his friends, who was also killed in a shooting the previous year.
It is one of many unsolved murders in the city and was selected to offer a large cash incentive for new information because the murder happened in a public place.
"This case was selected by the members of the Mount Vernon Major Case Unit because of how many people were in the proximity of the shooting, and we feel that it has the best chance of being solved if somebody comes forward," said Mount Vernon Police Chief Marcel Olifiers.
Logan had a teenage daughter, as well as twins who were born after his death.
His family is appealing to the humanity of witnesses while also calling on the community to end the practice of silence in the wake of tragedies.
"I promise to protect your brother if you protect mine. I promise to speak up for your sister if you speak out for mine. We can be better if we demand better," said Chynna Smith Marte, aunt of Logan.
There is a 45-day time limit on this cash reward. You can submit a tip anonymously at 1-800-898-TIPS.

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