The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has more:
Neighbors offered diverging descriptions of Shahzad but agreed that he kept to himself. One, Brenda Thurman, said Shahzad had told her husband he worked on Wall Street, while another neighbor, Audrey Sokol, said she thought he worked in nearby Norwalk.
Thurman, 37, said he lived in Shelton with his wife and two small children until last year.
“He was a little bit strange,” she said. “He didn’t like to come out during the day.”
Sokol, a teacher who lives next door to Shahzad’s old house, said that he would wave and say hello and that he seemed normal to her.