Bucks DA, Families Offer Cash Rewards For Info On Bristol Killings

Charmane Steed, mother of Cashe Conover, and Shauna Love, mother of Shaquille Love. Photo by Rick Rickman.

The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office is asking for new tips in three unsolved killings in Bristol Township. And there’s a reward for anyone who comes forward with valuable evidence.

District Attorney Matt Weintraub announced the new approach with the victims’ families Wednesday. The offers are available in the killings of Shaquille Love, Cashe Conover, and Daniel Santiago.

Shauna Love asks for people to come forward with info on her son’s murder. DA Matt Weintraub stands at right. Photo by Rick Rickman.

“Nobody has come forward with good, credible evidence,” said Weintraub in the case of Shaquille Love. “We do believe people there are people out there that know something that could help us. We do. Maybe this will give them some incentive to come forward. I don’t know the answer to that, but that is my hope.”

The 21-year-old was driving his Chrysler 200 on Edgely Road the night before Christmas Eve last year. At about 7 p.m., someone shot Love in the head through the driver’s side window. His killer is still at large.

Shaquille’s mother, Shauna Love, called him a “loving, caring person” who helped everyone he could.

“I just want justice to be served. No one had the right to walk up to his car window and shoot him,” she said. “Somebody saw something or heard something. And I’m just asking that they come forward.”

Similarly, the killing of Cashe Conover remains unsolved. Conover, 22, was shot two years ago in an alley near Bloomsdale Road. She was reportedly on her way home from watching an Eagles game with her friends.

From left: Shaquille Love, Cashe Conover, Daniel Santiago. Images via Bucks County District Attorney’s Office.

Charmane Steed, Conover’s mother, says her daughter was a wild spirit and was the life of the party. 

“I wish someone would say something because if it was their daughter or their son, they would want someone to come out and say something,” said Steed. “And I’m not just saying that in my daughter’s case. I knew Danny. I didn’t know Shaquille, but my daughter did. And it’s sad. It’s sad.”

She added Cashe loved children, took care of people, and liked to laugh.

“There’s this ‘no snitch’ thing, but if it was your child or your uncle or your nephew or your niece, how would you feel?”

In the cases of Love and Conover, there is a $1,000 reward for anyone who supplies information leading to an arrest and conviction. The money comes through Bucks County Crime Stoppers with donations from State Reps. John Galloway and Tina Davis, plus the law firm of Stark & Stark.

Nick Santiago asks for justice for his younger brother Daniel. Photo by Rick Rickman.

The family of Bristol firefighter Daniel Santiago has raised another $3,000 for a total of $4,000.

Santiago, 53, was killed by a hit-and-run driver on June 29, 2021. He had served for three decades as a member of Goodwill Hose Company No. 3.

Santiago’s older brother Nick said Daniel would have given anyone the shirt off his back.

“My brother to me was not only my brother, but he was a hero for me. And I always will remember that.”

Anyone who may know something can reach out to the Bucks County Detectives at 215-348-6354. The Bristol Township Police Detectives are also available at 215-785-4707.