Police offer reward for information in homicide case
A cash reward is being offered for information on the Jan. 15 fatal shooting of Toriano Dawan “Snapper” Cooper in Superior.
The Superior Police Department is still seeking information from the public to assist them in solving the Cooper homicide, according to a release from Detective Sgt. Rick Hughes. Investigators are still actively investigating the crime, but they need the public’s help in bringing the investigation to a successful conclusion.
The department is offering a cash reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people involved in Cooper’s death.
Cooper was shot in front of his home at 1901 N. 12th St., Superior, the morning of Jan. 15. He died of his wounds in his home.
The shooter was standing near Cooper, according to Superior Police Chief Charles LaGesse. Cooper was shot twice, once in the upper chest and once in the lower torso. He was able to make his way back into the home, but succumbed to his injuries before medical personnel arrived on the scene. The shooting was reported at 10:07 a.m.
Anyone with information about the case is urged to contact the Superior Police Department lead detective, Joe Krieg, at (715) 395-7408 or the tip line at (715) 395-7468.