He described the area as a subdivision of well-tended, 15-year-old homes on lots of an acre or more, where many people work at companies like General Electric, Pepsi and IBM. Some are doctors, and his next-door neighbor is a bank CEO, said Kapur, a project manager at an information technology firm.
“The neighborhood's great. We have young kids, and they have lots of friends,” he said. “If you drive past this neighborhood, it gives you a really warm feeling.”
Several local news clippings from recent years mention Adam Lanza's name among high school honor roll students.
Associated Press writers Dave Collins in Hartford, Conn., and Michael Rubinkam contributed to this report.