TULSA - Money raised to help find a killer is being donated to a good cause.
On May 26, 17-year-old Kayla Ferrante was riding in a car with her boyfriend when she was hit and killed but a stray bullet.
A day earlier Ferrante graduated from Tulsa Memorial High School.
The Tulsa Crime Commission raised $10,000 for a reward to help find the gunman.
On July 27, Edwin Daniels was arrested for unrelated crimes, but police say their investigation revealed he's responsible for murdering Ferrante.
Daniels is now going to trial, charged with first-degree murder and shooting with intent to kill.
On Tuesday, money raised to solve Ferrante's murder is being donated to her high school.
At 3 p.m. the Crime Commission will present a $10,000 check in her honor to the Tulsa Memorial High School special needs program, a cause Ferrante held close to her heart.
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