The Toledo Maritime Academy Foundation is offering a reward for the arrest and conviction of Tyler McIntoushâ??s Killer.
The teen was about to enter his junior year at The Maritime Academy of Toledo before he was gunned down in central Toledo in the early morning hours of July 24.
Maritime academy foundation president Renee Marazan says McIntoush was the joy of the maritime academy and as long as his killer remains at large--those who were closest to him, can never fully heal.
During a news conferee Tylerâ??s mother Oleen Clinton struggled to keep her composure telling NBC 24 that one of the worst parts of losing her son, has been the unanswered questions surrounding his death.
â??I don't know who did this to my son I don't know why they took him from me...and it hurts so bad just knowing that he was taken for nothingâ??
Clinton says she and Tyler had dreamed of one day moving away from the crime filled streets of Toledo, and were planning to do so after Tyler graduated the academy. She says she just hopes whoever is responsible for Tylerâ??s death finds justice, so maybe she, and her son, can one day find peace.For more information on how to donate you can log onto www.maritimeacademy.us