Reward doubled to $10,000 for Washington County, Tennessee fatal DUI case
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Tenn. - The family of a car crash victim has doubled the reward for information on the suspect in the case of Shirra Branum's death.
An anonymous donor added $5,000 to the reward, bringing the total to $10,000 for information that leads to the arrest of Alan Mogollen-Anaya.
Investigators believe Mogollen-Anaya was driving drunk and killed Branum in March. He was treated at a hospital, but he was released before deputies charged him with a crime. At this time he has not been arrested.
Branum's family and children remember her fondly. Her father, Hugh Scalp, said he wants to see Mogollen-Anaya be held accountable in court