Tyler Dickson was a football player at El Cerrito High, and was set to play football at Contra Costa College but was shot and killed last July at a campground in Oroville, California.
Dickson was a star quarterback who was found shot on Fourth of July weekend. The Butte County police officers have hit a dead end, so the Governor is stepping in to try to help solve the murder.
Dickson was a pro style quarterback who weighed 199 pounds and stood just over 6’1. He had several colleges looking at him but ultimately chose Contra Costa College a JUCO school. He had a bright future. Because the California officials have run short on leads, the California Governor has stepped in and offered up 50 thousand dollars for any information leading to an arrest in his case.
Please keep the Dickson family in your prayers. May Tyler Rest in Peace!