The University of Connecticut student accused of killing two people will face a murder charge in connection with one of these cases at a ceremony on Friday.
Peter Manfredonia, 23, who allegedly killed a man with a machete and shot his deadly high school days later, will appear at the Rockville High Court in Connecticut on the alleged murder of Theodore DeMers. According to a report by GIS.
It was claimed that Manfredonia killed DeMers and the good Samaritan and 80-year-old navy vet John Franco, who tried to save DeMers in the May 22 Willington attack, was injured.
Two days later, Manfredonia was charged with shooting 23-year-old Nicholas Eisele in Derby, Connecticut, before heading north for six days and arrested in Maryland on May 27.
According to state police, Manfredonia, held on a $ 5 million bond, is also expected to face separate charges in the Eisele murder.
“We hope that the developments that will be achieved today will affect some kind of closure to families and communities,” Trobus Josue Dorelus said at a press conference early Friday. Said.
It was not immediately known who would represent Manfredonia.