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Bucks DA Offers Reward for information in Three Unsolved Bristol Twp Killings

Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub  with the support of public and private resources announced Wednesday the creation of a reward fund to solve three killing in Bristol Township

The announcement came at press conference held at the Bristol Township Municipal building in which family members of Cashe Conover, Shaquille Love, and Daniel Santiago were in attendance. .

Conover was killed on Oct. 27, 2019; the murder of Shaquille Love occurred on Dec. 23, 2020; and the hit-and-run killing of Daniel Santiago happened  June 29, 2021  with all three cases are being investigated by the Bristol Township Police and Bucks County Detectives.

Weintraub said investigators have “exhausted” every possible lead and have hit dead end with trying to solve the cases.

Credit: Jeff Bohen Lower Bucks Source,

Weintraub said the reward is funded by donations from state Representatives John Galloway and Tina Davis, along with law firm Stark & Stark.

Bucks County Crime Stoppers, through donations from state Rep. John Galloway, state Rep. Tina Davis and the law firm of Stark & Stark, are offering a reward of $1,000 in each case for information leading to an arrest and conviction, he said.

In addition the Santiago family through fund raising efforts has raised an additional $3000.00 to offer as a reward also.

Conover’s Mother  said her daughter was the life of the life of the parry and a wild spirit and she’s was taken from us, through tears, in her eyes.

“We’re in this era with this no snitch thing” she said “but if it were your child how would you feel?

Santiago’s brother Nick said he missed his “big brother” terribly. He was the kind of guy that would give you the shirt of his back” he said.

Credit: Jeff Bohen, Lower Bucks Source

Love’s Mother, filled with emotion, and barely audible at times, pleaded for anyone that knows anything to come forward.

Investigators didn’t release any new information on any of the cases, but hope the attention will raise awareness in the community and being new leads in.

All three families hope the reward and pleas will help for new information and tips to come in.

Each said in their own pained words, we hope someone will say something because we know someone out there has information.

“We just want justice” the families said.

Conover was shot and killed in 2019, in the Bloomsdale section of the township in an alley way in the area of the 2400 block of Bloomsdale Road

Credit: Bucks DA’s office

She is a graduate of Delaware Valley High School in Philadelphia, and Law were enrolled in a nursing program at Bucks County Community College.

Love was shot and killed in December of 2020 on Edgely Road while his Chrysler 200, which was stopped in the northbound lane of Edgely Road just after 7 pm, Investigators said at the tine he was shot in the head having been shot through the drivers side window. .

Santiago the victim of a hit and run killing on June 29 on Rt 13 in the area of Beaver Dam Road and Green Lane. The fallen lifetime member of Bristol Goodwill Hose Company Station 52  was riding his bike when struck

Credit: Submitted
Firefighter Daniel Santiago

Anyone with information on any of these cases, should contact Bucks County Detectives or Bristol Township Police Detectives. Bucks County Detectives can be reached through our CrimeWatch site, which is BUCKSDA.ORG or by phone at 215-348-6354. Bristol Township Police Detectives can be reached at 215-785-4707.

You can also submit confidential tips to authorities here

Davis and Galloway were unavailable for comment at press time.

 

 

 

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Bucks DA Offers Reward for information in Three Unsolved Bristol Twp Killings

Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub  with the support of public and private resources announced Wednesday the creation of a reward fund to solve three killing in Bristol Township

The announcement came at press conference held at the Bristol Township Municipal building in which family members of Cashe Conover, Shaquille Love, and Daniel Santiago were in attendance. .

Conover was killed on Oct. 27, 2019; the murder of Shaquille Love occurred on Dec. 23, 2020; and the hit-and-run killing of Daniel Santiago happened  June 29, 2021  with all three cases are being investigated by the Bristol Township Police and Bucks County Detectives.

Weintraub said investigators have “exhausted” every possible lead and have hit dead end with trying to solve the cases.

Credit: Jeff Bohen Lower Bucks Source,

Weintraub said the reward is funded by donations from state Representatives John Galloway and Tina Davis, along with law firm Stark & Stark.

Bucks County Crime Stoppers, through donations from state Rep. John Galloway, state Rep. Tina Davis and the law firm of Stark & Stark, are offering a reward of $1,000 in each case for information leading to an arrest and conviction, he said.

In addition the Santiago family through fund raising efforts has raised an additional $3000.00 to offer as a reward also.

Conover’s Mother  said her daughter was the life of the life of the parry and a wild spirit and she’s was taken from us, through tears, in her eyes.

“We’re in this era with this no snitch thing” she said “but if it were your child how would you feel?

Santiago’s brother Nick said he missed his “big brother” terribly. He was the kind of guy that would give you the shirt of his back” he said.

Credit: Jeff Bohen, Lower Bucks Source

Love’s Mother, filled with emotion, and barely audible at times, pleaded for anyone that knows anything to come forward.

Investigators didn’t release any new information on any of the cases, but hope the attention will raise awareness in the community and being new leads in.

All three families hope the reward and pleas will help for new information and tips to come in.

Each said in their own pained words, we hope someone will say something because we know someone out there has information.

“We just want justice” the families said.

Conover was shot and killed in 2019, in the Bloomsdale section of the township in an alley way in the area of the 2400 block of Bloomsdale Road

Credit: Bucks DA’s office

She is a graduate of Delaware Valley High School in Philadelphia, and Law were enrolled in a nursing program at Bucks County Community College.

Love was shot and killed in December of 2020 on Edgely Road while his Chrysler 200, which was stopped in the northbound lane of Edgely Road just after 7 pm, Investigators said at the tine he was shot in the head having been shot through the drivers side window. .

Santiago the victim of a hit and run killing on June 29 on Rt 13 in the area of Beaver Dam Road and Green Lane. The fallen lifetime member of Bristol Goodwill Hose Company Station 52  was riding his bike when struck

Credit: Submitted
Firefighter Daniel Santiago

Anyone with information on any of these cases, should contact Bucks County Detectives or Bristol Township Police Detectives. Bucks County Detectives can be reached through our CrimeWatch site, which is BUCKSDA.ORG or by phone at 215-348-6354. Bristol Township Police Detectives can be reached at 215-785-4707.

You can also submit confidential tips to authorities here

Davis and Galloway were unavailable for comment at press time.

 

 

 

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