Highway Shooting Tipsters Get Reward

What's worth more, a suspect's name or location? Today the group that uses financial donations to fight crime plans to divide a 60-thousand-dollar reward offered in the series of highway shootings around Columbus. The reward was tied to an indictment in the one death. Charles A McCoy Junior is charged with murder in the November death of Gail Knisley. He's charged with attempted murder, felonious assault and other counts in eleven other shootings. Central Ohio Crime Stoppers says at least two tipsters will share the award. An unidentified family member told investigators McCoy's father had taken guns from him. Conrad Malsom of Las Vegas persistently called authorities when he saw McCoy's car there. The group will announce its decision this morning following a vote in Columbus.