Second arrest for perjury in Ellis murder case


SHARON — A second arrest for perjury has been made as Connecticut State Police continue their investigation of the murder of Sharon resident Floyd Ellis.

Ellis went missing in Sharon on the night of Monday, Sept. 20, 2004. His body was found floating in Webatuck Creek four days later on Sept. 24, 2004. His death was determined to be a homicide by the chief medical examiner after an autopsy and review of the police investigation into the case.

A $50,000 reward, first offered in 2007 for any information concerning Ellis’ death that leads to a conviction, has not yet been claimed.

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