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Monday, December 28, 2009

Reward fund in slaying grows

Posted By on Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 4:26 PM

The reward is now $10,000 for information leading to the arrest of the killers of Philip Wise, the Salvation Army major slain during an apparent robbery attempt at a Salvation Army facility in the Baring Cross neighborhood of North Little Rock.

Benny Johnson, leader of Stop the Violence, is sure someone knows something.

"I'm asking the community to start snitching because it will make our cities, state and nation a whole lot better," he added.

UPDATE: Memorial service details:

 

 

The Salvation Army and the family of Major Philip Wise invites the community to join us in remembering and celebrating the life of Major Wise. A public viewing will be held at 1:30 PM followed by a memorial service at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, December 29 at the First Assembly of God in North Little Rock, 4501 Burrow Drive.
 
The funeral service will be Saturday, January 2, 2010 at 11:00 AM at Spruce Street Presbyterian Church in Morgantown, West Virginia.
 
Major Philip Wise was most passionate about bringing an appreciation of the arts to underprivileged children. To honor his life, The Salvation Army is dedicating all gifts in his memory to the summer camp's youth music program.
 
Gifts can be made directly to the family of Major Philip Wise by sending checks payable to The Wise Family Memorial Fund to Centennial Bank at 13910 Cantrell Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas 72223.
 
A reward of $10,000 is currently being offered by Pulaski County Crime Stoppers. Donations for the reward fund can be sent to the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce. Send checks payable to the Major Philip Wise Reward Fund to
 
PO Box 5288
North Little Rock, AR 72119
 
Donations can be dropped off at the Chamber of Commerce of North Little Rock office at 100 Main St. in North Little Rock.

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