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Matching donation pushes Grant Solomon reward to $20,000

Grant Solomon

Thanks to a generous matching donation, the reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer(s) of Grant Solomon has now reached $20,000. 

Anglican Watch has reason to believe that several individuals have information about the events of July 20, 2020, which resulted in the death of 18-year-old Grant Solomon, a high school student from Franklin, Tennessee.

While police reports suggest that Solomon’s death resulted from being rolled over and dragged by his pickup truck, pathologists and other experts disagree. 

Additionally, the black box in Solomon’s truck indicates that the truck did not roll, but was driven, coming to rest above Grant.

Gallatin police filed a report in the case without investigation and have repeatedly refused to reopen the matter.

Solomon’s father, Aaron Solomon, was the only known witness to the incident. His description of events appears inconsistent with the evidence, including his claim that his son was dragged by his vehicle. In addition, Grant’s medical records reflect a lack of abrasions and burns experienced in incidents of this nature.

Advocates are leafletting homes in the area seeking details of the incident. Other efforts are underway to identify those responsible for Grant’s death.

More than 1 million people have accessed a podcast covering the circumstances of Grant’s death. Meanwhile, almost $100,000 has been raised to support efforts to obtain justice, and the FBI and other federal agencies have been asked to investigate the circumstance of Grant’s death and possible corruption by local officials impeding the case.

Anyone with information related to Grant’s death can send that information to, or via our secure form. Tips can be made anonymously, but in that case will not be eligible for the reward.

Anglican Watch will protect the identity of informants if so requested.

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