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St. Louis College of Pharmacy adds to reward into Kapusniak killing

The St. Louis College of Pharmacy has contributed a $10,000 reward fund for anyone who provides information leading to the arrest or conviction of the person who killed Waukesha native Nicholas Kapusniak in an apparent drive-by shooting in St. Louis early Saturday.
The St. Louis College of Pharmacy has contributed a $10,000 reward fund for anyone who provides information leading to the arrest or conviction of the person who killed Waukesha native Nicholas Kapusniak in an apparent drive-by shooting in St. Louis early Saturday.
March 04, 2014
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By Don Walker of the Journal Sentinel

March 04, 2014 0

The St. Louis College of Pharmacy has contributed a $10,000 reward fund for anyone who provides information leading to the arrest or conviction of the person who shot and killed a pharmacy student from Waukesha.

The fund supplements a $1,000 reward fund created by CrimeStoppers in connection with the fatal shooting of Nicholas Kapusniak, 20, of Waukesha.

Kapusniak, a graduate of Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha and a third-year student at the pharmacy school, was shot and killed early Saturday as he and his fellow fraternity brothers were at a backyard party.

Witnesses told police someone in a white sedan traveling along a nearby alley fired gunshots at the group. One of those shots struck Kapusniak, who was taken inside the home but died at the scene.

St. Louis police say the investigation into the shooting is continuing.

Kapusniak is expected to be buried in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. He and his family moved to the Waukesha area, where he went to high school.

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