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FBI and Carbondale Police Offer Cash Reward for Information Leading to Conviction in Murder of SIU-C Student

Keeshanna Jackson
SIU Foundation
Keeshanna Jackson

In an effort to get some leads into the shooting death of a SIU-Carbondale student in August, the FBI-Springfield Division and Carbondale Police are offering cash rewards to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and conviction of those involved in the incident.

The FBI is offering a 10-thousand dollar reward and Carbondale Police five thousand.

18-year-old Keshanna Jackson died after being shot outside a party at 501 West Cherry Street.

Carbondale Police Monday believe there were multiple active shooters.

Three others were wounded in the August incident. 29-year-old Jyrin Blair of Marion, 23-year-old Raheem Sylas of Murphysboro and a juvenile from Marion were all treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to call FBI Springfield at 217-522-9675, or Carbondale Police at 618-457-3200, or Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at 618-549-COPS.

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