The Board of Supervisors today offered separate $10,000 rewards in a double homicide in Lancaster and a carjacking and kidnapping in unincorporated El Camino Village near Gardena.

Supervisor Michael Antonovich recommended the reward for information leading to whoever fatally shot 33-year-old Nicky Packard and Michael Sewell Jr., 22.

Packard and Sewell, both of Lancaster, were shot following a party on Hanstead Avenue at about 4:45 a.m. on June 23.

Anyone with more information about the double homicide is asked to call sheriff’s homicide detectives Tim O’Quinn or Brian Schoonmaker at (323) 890-5500.

Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas proposed the reward for information leading to the man who carjacked a family at Alondra Park, 3535 Redondo Beach

Blvd. about 5:15 p.m. on July 19.

The Perezes were in a burgundy Cadillac Escalade in the park’s parking lot when a 20-something man came up and asked for a ride to 88th Street and Normandie Avenue. Denied, the man grabbed the car keys and punched the 66-year-old father in the face before dragging him out of the SUV.

After crashing into two parked vehicles, the carjacker sped out of the parking lot with the driver’s 65-year-old wife and 25-year-old son still in the Escalade, according to Ridley-Thomas.

The mother and son pleaded with the man to stop until he threatened to kill them if they didn’t stay quiet. He crashed the SUV into another vehicle at Van Ness Avenue and Imperial Highway, got out and fled on foot.

Investigators described the carjacker as a Black man in his early to mid-20s, with short hair and brown eyes. About 6 feet tall with a slim build, he had a tattoo with the word “Arizona” on his right bicep.

Anyone with more information about the carjacking is asked to call sheriff’s Detective Janice Banks at (213) 276-8108.