Authorities are hoping that a $one hundred,000 reward introduced Wednesday will assist detectives clear up the 2009 killing of a outstanding lawyer who was gunned down outdoors his Rolling Hills Estates residence.
Jeffrey A. Tidus, fifty three, was shot on Dec. 7, 2009, after he returned residence from a fundraiser in Redondo Seashore.
When he went again outdoors to retrieve his work laptop computer pc from his automotive, which was parked in his driveway, the killer got here up from behind and shot him as soon as within the head, in accordance with the sheriff’s division. Tidus died at a hospital the next day.
Sheriff’s detectives stated they just lately developed new leads within the chilly case.
“Our focus has now been on the skilled aspect of his enterprise, of his life, and we really feel that his homicide is said,” sheriff’s Lt. Victor Lewandowski stated at a information convention Wednesday morning on the Sheriff’s Murder Bureau.
“And it’s our perception that there are individuals on the market who find out about this homicide and who know the id of the suspect or suspects,” Lewandowski stated. “Seemingly insignificant info could possibly be the tip or lead that breaks this case open.”
Tidus’ spouse, Cheryl, referred to as her late husband “a real believer in justice.”
“And we’re right here at this time to ask for justice for this case. … We deserve solutions. All of us need to know what went on (and) why,” she stated. “Jeffrey was a husband, he was a dad, a son, brother, uncle, a very good pal.”
Subsequent Saturday would have been the couple’s thirty third wedding ceremony anniversary.
“My brother Jeff was brutally murdered,” Michael Tidus stated. “We’re hoping that the $one hundred,000 reward will help the sheriff’s division in bringing the dirtbag who murdered my brother to justice.”
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors accepted $10,000 in reward cash and Tidus’ household provided $ninety,000 for info that results in an arrest and conviction within the case.
Anybody with info on the case was urged to name the Sheriff’s Murder Bureau at (323) 890-5500, or Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS
— Metropolis Information Service
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