Council Offers Reward in Sepulveda Slaying
The Los Angeles City Council offered a $25,000 reward Tuesday for the arrest and conviction of the killer of a Sepulveda woman who was stabbed to death in her home Dec. 7 as she returned from a Christmas shopping trip.
The offer was made for the killer of Nancy Gail Brontson, 50, who apparently was slain by a burglar--or burglars--she surprised in her home, according to a news release issued by Councilman Hal Bernson.
Bernson, who represents the Sepulveda area, proposed the reward.
Police found no signs of forced entry at the Brontson residence. The dead woman’s 1981 Cadillac was later found parked at the Van Nuys Swap Meet, Bernson said.