Local Business Makes Donation to Local Crime Stoppers

7 Eyewitness News Staff

JACKSON, Tenn.- Each week, reward money is given across the area to West Tennesseans who have information about a crime, but want to stay anonymous, all thanks to the Crime Stoppers organization.

Thursday, Crime Stoppers of Jackson-Madison County received a $5,000 donation from Modern Woodman of America.

"Without Modern Woodmen Financial and other organizations that donate money to us and our golf tournament, we wouldn't be successful, we wouldn't have the money to pay the rewards to help solve crimes in Jackson-Madison County," said Lt. Mike Johnson of Jackson-Madison County Crime Stoppers.

If you have a tip about a crime, you can leave a tip by phone or email at any time.

Cash rewards range from a few dollars to $1,000.


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