$50,000 Offered For Information On Unsolved Elk Grove Murder

The State of California is offering $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction in an unsolved Elk Grove murder, the City o...






The State of California is offering $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction in an unsolved Elk Grove murder, the City of Elk Grove announced today.

The case is the three year old beating death of 15-year old Robert Maisonet. His death happened at the hands of three unknown male teenagers.

Last September, Elk Grove Police held a news conference at the site of the beating in hopes of developing leads on the case. The crime occurred on January 7, 2006 on Franklin Blvd. in Elk Grove.

The $50,000 reward is being provided by the office of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. In addition to the Maisonet reward, the Governor's office has also posted reward money for four other unsolved murders.


Above video is from last September's news conference.

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