“Please, let’s get justice,” Oklahoma family offers reward for slain son’s killer

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OKLAHOMA CITY - The family of a man gunned down in cold blood is offering a reward for information that leads to the arrest of his killer.

On October 4, Dontre Morris was shot and killed during an argument with a masked suspect at the corner of N.W. 27th and Roff in northwest Oklahoma City.  So far, police haven't made any arrests in the case.

"It just kills me, burns my heart that this guy would just shoot him in the back, you know, cowardly," said Tim Carter, the victim's father. "For once, be a man in your life, and come and turn yourself in and face your consequences,"

Morris' father, mother, fiance and 2-year-old son, Dontre Jr, are coming together with other family at the place where their "Coogie" took his last breath, to remember him and also seek justice.

"I just want this to end, you know, I'm not in for revenge. I'm not in for vengeance," Carter said. "I just want my son to rest easy... I want him to be peaceful and never ever forgotten."

Morris' family is working with police to make an arrest.

"We are putting up a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest," said Michelle Joslin, Morris' mother. "This person who did this is a cold-blooded killer... Please, if you know anything, please, let's get justice for Coogie. That's all I want."