A Connecticut man who fatally shot a knife-wielding prowler in a ski mask only to learn later it was his 15-year-old son, will not face prosecution.
The sister of a Connecticut man who fatally shot his teenage son last week frantically called police to report someone was shot after she called her brother for help with someone trying to break into her house.
The Giulianos have given state police permission to hack into their son’s computer as they search for any information as to why the teen was wearing a mask and why he lunged at his father with a knife.
Attorney Gene Zingaro said Giuliano and his wife are going out of their way to cooperate with the police investigation.
State police in Connecticut say it will likely be a week before they’re done with an investigation into the fatal shooting of a masked teenager by his father.
A New Fairfield, Conn. man fatally shot a masked teenager in self-defense, only to discover the teenager was his son, according to a published report.
“Many have been cold and many more have been inconvenienced,” Gov. Dan Malloy said. “This should not have happened and my job is to find out why it did and to make sure it does not happen again.”
Gov. Dannel Malloy said Witt Associates will complete a review of CL&P and United Illuminating’s storm preparation and response by Dec. 1.
For the fourth day in a row, many places in the state are still awaiting good news as electric companies continue to assess the situation.
The president and chief operating office for CL&P says the utility is “still shooting to have 99 percent of our customers restored sometime Sunday.”
Connecticut’s biggest lake is on the verge of a major change.
While the all-time record of 106 degrees wasn’t reached, residents in the Tri-State were left sweating it out as the mercury soared.