Reward rises in investigation of judge’s shooting

Judge Terrence Berg's photo, as provided online by the court.

DETROIT (AP) — A reward for information that solves the shooting of a Flint federal judge has been raised by 40 percent to $35,000.

Terrence Berg is recovering, a week after being shot in the leg in front of his Detroit home. He says he was shot after two young men demanded to get into his house. They fled and haven’t been found.

Federal firearm agents have joined the investigation.

Berg is a former prosecutor who became a judge in 2012 and is assigned to the Flint federal courthouse.

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