"We had a good number of phone calls right after we initiated our reward, but they've subsided since then," said George Schenck, FBI supervisor in charge of the Florida Panhandle.
"We're hoping this will generate some more interest."
Junior, 62, who represented District 3 for 18 years, has not been seen or heard from since Nov. 9, one day before he
was to be sentenced on 11 charges, including bribery, extortion and racketeering.
did not show up for sentencing, a state warrant was issued for his
arrest.A federal warrant was signed the next week after investigators decided he
might have fled the state.Schenck
said federal authorities have been "following up on every logical lead."