SOMERSET, NJ -Crime Stoppers of Somerset County is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the individual or individuals involved in the shooting death of a township man at Naaman Williams Park May 18.
Township police received a 911 call at 11 p.m. concerning the shooting. Police responded to the park in the vicinity of 94 Matilda Ave. and found David D. Anderson, 30, of Henry Street with multiple gunshot wounds.
The Medical Examiners Office determined Anderson died from his gunshot wounds, according to Det. Jeanne Trillhaase.
Somerset County Prosecutor, Michael H. Robertson is urging the public to use the STOPit App to report tips. The public can also call Franklin Township police at 732-873-5533.
“STOPit is a powerful tool that allows citizens to provide information to law enforcement anonymously, without fear of reprisal," Robertson said. "Law enforcement cannot be everywhere so citizens are our best source of information. The confidential STOPit app allows everyday people within the community to have a voice.”
The STOPit App recently led to an arrest of a Flushing, NY woman in Hillsborough.