By Fran Wilson, Staff Writer
HARTFORD — Hartford Police are offering a reward for a suspect in the shooting of a local pastor and another local man in the city.
Police said there’s a $5,000 reward for information leading to the capture of Aaron Taylor for shooting Pastor Augustus Sealy while he was planting flags outside the First Church of the Nazarene at 932 Capitol Ave.
Taylor also allegedly shooting and wounding Robert Jones at 402 Garden St. in Hartford on the same day he shot Sealy, police said.
“We believe that he is a very dangerous individual, and we do not want him harming anyone else within our community,” Mayor Pedro Segarra said on Thursday.
Taylor is charged with attempted murder and first-degree assault.
According to police Taylor apparently left the state, police said.
A convicted felon, Taylor recently returned, said Deputy Chief Brian Foley
Police are asking nyone with immediate information about Taylor is being asked to call 911. General information about Taylor can be directed to Lt. Brandon O’Brien at 860-757-4089.