Michael Hupy, president of Hupy and Abraham, is serving as president of the new nonprofit Milwaukee Crime Stoppers.
The organization was officially launched on Tuesday at Milwaukee’s City Hall Rotunda. It offers cash rewards of as much as $1,000 to people who provide anonymous tips that lead to arrests in unsolved crimes.
Hupy and Abraham has committed more than $5,000 to Milwaukee Crime Stoppers. The city of Milwaukee, the Milwaukee Police Department and CBS 58 are working with the Crime Stoppers board to fight crime in the city.Follow @WLJReporter