Kankakee offering up to $10,000 reward for murdered teen info 

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KANKAKEE – Kankakee Police in collaboration with the Mayor’s Office are offering up to ten thousand dollars in rewards for info leading to the identification and arrest of those involved in the death of two teens in the past year.

Victim:  Davarion Jones 15 years of age

On July 06, 2021 at 3:51pm, Davarion Jones and several other teenagers were standing near a vehicle in the 1100 block of East Merchant Street when a lone gunman approached the youths and shot into the group killing Davarion Jones.  The gunman then fled on foot east bound in the alley.  No arrest has been made for this murder.

Victim:  Termaine Wilson 15 years of age

On February 17th, 2022 at 2:29am, Termaine Wilson was on a couch inside a residence in the 300 block of South Harrison Avenue when a gunman fired into the residence from the street killing Wilson.  The gunman then fled the scene.  No arrest has been made for this murder.

Any information on either case can be made to the Kankakee Police Department Detective Bureau at 815-933-0426 or anonymously through the Kankakee County Crime Stoppers at 815 932-7463.

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