BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Family and friends said their final goodbyes to Jordan Taylor Thursday.
Taylor died after being shot during a home invasion last week in west Baltimore. He worked as a coach at the Y in Catonsville.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Severe Storm Threat Prompts Alert Day Saturday
The CEO wrote an editorial and blamed city leaders for the violence.
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Mayor Jack Young argued that he is moving the city forward.
“I’m not the one committing the murders,” Mayor Young said Wednesday.MORE NEWS: State Police Expand Traffic Enforcement On I-83 In Baltimore City
The ATF is offering a $5,000 reward for information about Taylor’s death.