Reward Offered in Sharon Homicide
David Shepack, State’s Attorney for the Judicial District of Litchfield, and Connecticut State Police announced a reward of up to $50,000 for information resulting in a conviction in a 2004 homicide in the Town of
The reward is being offered for information in the death of FLOYD W. ELLIS, JR., whose body was found submerged in the Webatuck Creek in Sharon on September 24, 2004, after he had been reported missing on September 21, 2004.
Investigators from the Connecticut State Police Western District Major Crime Unit have interviewed more than 100 individuals in connection with the homicide and are seeking additional cooperation of witnesses.
The reward was authorized by Governor M. Jodi Rell at the request of State’s Attorney Shepack. $50,000 is the maximum reward allowed under state law.
Anyone with information in the homicide of Mr. Ellis should contact the Connecticut State Police Western District Major Crime Unit at (860) 824-2500. Calls may be kept confidential.