CATONSVILLE, Md. — ATF Baltimore is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in a deadly home invasion that claimed the life of YMCA coach Jordan Taylor.
Taylor was shot and killed the night of November 5, after two men broke into his home on Clifton Avenue.
On Facebook Taylor's mother said that he died protecting his wife in what she called an act of pure evil.
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Prior to his death, Taylor spent 10 years working with children at the Catonsville YMCA.
“He taught us to respect one another even if we don’t like each other or not, we still have to respect each other and trust each other,” said 11-year-old Landon Nickerson.
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On Wednesday, from 4 to 7 p.m. Taylor's family will hold visitation at Candle Light Funeral Home by Craig Witzke at 1835 Frederick Road in Catonsville.
The following day at 10 a.m. funeral services will be held at St. John's Grace United Church of Christ located at 1000 S Rolling Rd.
Anyone with information on Taylor's murder is asked to call 888-ATF-TIPS.