$10,000 reward for missing Lansing man
A reward is now being offered by the girlfriend of a man who went missing earlier this month. Jerome Ezell disappeared on November 7, leaving his 5-month-old baby in a car. Township Police say they have no leads and that there are no signs of foul play.
Monday, Jasmine Hill posted a $10,000 reward for Ezell. She says the reward will be given to anyone who can find Jerome Ezell and bring him back home safe.
Ezell's disappearance is still under investigation.
Township Police Chief Adam Cline said Monday they are aware of the reward to find Ezell and are working closely with his family.
"It can spur information, but it can also spur lots of false information," Cline said of the reward. "It's up to us to sort through it, sort through what we get and follow through."