The years have not dampened the pain or determination of Amos Brown Sr.
“From that day until now, nothing has changed in my mind,” he told News 12 on the eve of the anniversary of his son’s murder. There can be no doubt.”
Eighteen-year-old Amos Brown Jr. was shot in the back of the head while driving on Lexington Avenue on August 13, 2010.
“I had to be involved in his death because I had to switch off,” Amos Brown Sr. said when his voice broke. “He was my strength and my weakness. That’s who he is and I think about it all the time.”
“That gang was called the Money Greens,” said Amos Brown Sr. “They were determined to kill my son.”
Norwalk Police said at the time that the murder of Amos Brown Jr. was reprisal, but the case remains open today.
“It’s been a very long investigation, and we have information that our detectives have uncovered about who was there and who may have been involved, but nobody is still relatively silent.” Lieutenant Terry Blake said Friday, adding that the case is still ongoing.”The state is offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of individuals or individuals involved in Mr. Brown’s murder.” We provide money
Amos Brown Sr. told News 12 that he believed people were afraid to come forward, but urged them to do so now. They should report to the police.”
Despite all that time, he is still optimistic that an arrest will occur one day.
“Yes, I have faith,” said Amos Brown Sr. “Police do their job, but they need help.”