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Grant High School Shooting Reward Could Increase

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio
 

Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

The reward to find who shot and killed a Grant High School student in Sacramento earlier this month could soon be growing.

Sacramento County Supervisors are scheduled to vote in two weeks on whether to add $5,000 to the reward. Community groups in the Del Paso Heights area have already collected $15,000  in reward money leading to an arrest and conviction in the incident.

The shooting on Nov. 13 injured one student and killed J.J. Clavo, a member of the Grant High football team.

The Sacramento Police Department continues to investigate the shooting.