Update: $50,000 Reward for Information About Shelton Teen's Homicide

A Shelton High School student was shot twice on March 15 in the driveway of a friend's house.

Kristjan Ndoj
Kristjan Ndoj
The state is offering a reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the March homicide of 15-year-old Kristjan Ndoj.

Under state law, $50,000 is the highest reward allowed, according to a statement by the State of Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice.

Ndoj, a Shelton High School student, was shot twice on March 15 in a driveway at a friend's house at 1 Agawam Trail in the Pine Rock section of town, Patch previously reported.

Family members told the New Haven Register in a July 3 article that they were frustrated that the case is taking so long to solve, and they hoped someone comes forward with information to police.

"Hopefully, this will generate information that will lead to the arrest and successful prosecution of whoever committed this horrific crime," said State’s Attorney Kevin D. Lawlor in the statement.

Anyone with information should contact the Connecticut State Police at 860-685-8190 or 1-800-842-0200.

Cookie1255 July 10, 2014 at 04:49 PM
somebody knows something ... they just dont want to talk! Guiltiness will set upon them soon enough... They should get more information from the girl she knows who did it she doesnt want to say it!!
Craig Zac July 22, 2014 at 07:51 AM
you mean to tell me that no one has any ideas as to who shot this kid and why? What about the home where he was shot? who lived there? what's their deal? was the shooter trying to send them a message and shot this kid thinking he was whoever lived at that home? this kid also was supposedly dating some girl who had a jealous ex? nothing came of that? its so strange, a seemingly happy, normal, innocent kid gets killed in a sniper attack and there's no motives or any reason or suspects at all? Hmmmm. I feel bad for his family.
Leenie Beattie Smith July 22, 2014 at 05:58 PM
The shooter was probably connected in Shelton, why else would they not have him arrested yet?


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