In addition St. Louis College of Pharmacy is offering a $25,000 Reward for the Arrest and Conviction of the subject(s) responsible for this crime.
Victim Nicholas Kapusniak 20, was a student at St. Louis College of Pharmacy. He was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting about 1 a.m. Saturday morning March 1st , 2014. The shooting occurred in the rear yard of a home in the 2700 block of Accomac. The victim was standing with a group of acquaintances when he was struck by gunfire from a passing vehicle. Witnesses say an unknown subject started shooting from inside a white sedan as it traveled eastbound in the south alley. The white vehicle continued east out of sight.
CrimeStoppers has increased our Reward from $2000. to UP TO $5000. for the arrest of the subject(s) responsible.
IN ADDITION…St. Louis Regional CrimeStoppers will also increase the REWARD MONEY on all Active Homicide Cases as well. All CrimeStoppers tip information, leading police to make Felony Arrests of subjects responsible for any HOMICIDE CRIME will now be UP TO $5000.00