$10K reward offered as teen ID'd as 2nd pot shop killing suspect

$10K reward offered as teen ID'd as 2nd pot shop killing suspect

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — Police have announced a $10,000 reward is being offered through the Secret Witness program for information that can be used to capture and prosecute two suspects in a robbery and double homicide at First Reliable medical marijuana collective.

Two men were shot to death July 17 inside the dispensary on Chester Avenue, near 2nd Street. The next day, police identified 32-year-old Aaron Patrick Burris as a suspect, and said robbery was the motive.

Police also released photos of a female suspect. A week later, on July 24, police identified her as 16-year-old Miracle Jackson.

Burris is wanted on a $2 million warrant and should be considered armed and dangerous, police said.

Evidence related to the robbery was collected the following morning during SWAT searches at homes on Valley Forest Court, near Ming Avenue and Old River Road, and Schull Court, near Pacheco Road and South H Street, according to police.

The two men shot were 23-year-old Devin Daniels, of Bakersfield, and 55-year-old Tony Sherman, of Los Angeles.

Anyone with information helpful to the investigation is asked to call the police department at (661) 327-7111, the case detective at 326-3514 or the Secret Witness line at 322-4040.