Reward Offered for Information in Fatal Route 100 Hit and Run
A private reward of $10,000 is being offered to the person who can provide information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the man believed to be responsible for the hit-and-run death James Schreiber Jr., 38, of Pasadena.
Anne Arundel County Police say a private cash reward of $10,000 is being offered to the person who can provide information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the driver responsible for a fatal hit-and-run accident in August.
Additionally, Metro Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward.
James Schreiber Jr., 38, of Pasadena, a driver for Baltimore-based Ted's Towing Service, was killed after being struck Aug. 24 by a Nissan Pathfinder while assisting another driver on the shoulder of Route 100, police said. Ted's Towing is offering the private reward.
Police describe the driver's truck as a 1987-1995 maroon or burgundy Nissan Pathfinder. The driver is described as being a white man with a thin build in his early- to mid-30s and having crew cut or short brown hair.
According to a police press release, the SUV sustained damage to the right side mirror, right front turn signal, right front fender and lost the hubcap of the right front wheel. The passenger side of the windshield on the Pathfinder was also shattered as a result of the accident.
Police have provided photos of the actual truck leaving the scene of the accident.
Metro Crime Stoppers:
Anyone with information on the above incident, can call, email or text tips to Metro Crime Stoppers at metrocrimestoppers.net. A hotline is available 24-hours a day toll-free at 866-7LOCKUP or text "MCS" plus your message to CRIMES (274637).
Phone calls are not recorded and callers remain anonymous. You may also be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.