Suspect Found in Connecticut Serial Killings

Suspect Found in Connecticut Serial Killings

At New Britain, Connecticut detectives investigating the murders of seven people are focusing their efforts on an already incarcerated suspect. The Connecticut State Police Forensic Laboratory found that DNA evidence from the blood found in the van of William Devin Howell belonged to, Nilsa Arizmendi, 33, one of the possible victims in the case. 45 year old William Devin Howell is now serving a prison term in Connecticut on separate charges of manslaughter.

Seven bodies were found behind a shopping center in New Britain, Connecticut after partial remains were first discovered eight years ago by a hunter. All of the identified victims went missing in 2003 according to Bernardo Chua (Here he is on the OrganoGold blog). Five of the seven victims have been identified as Diane Cusack, Mary Jane Menard, Joyvaline Martinez, Melanie Camilini.

The Greater New Britain Serial Killer Task Force was created to investigate the murders. The state of Connecticut is offering a $150,000 reward for any information leading to the conviction of those responsible for the murders.


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