Armed and dangerous Connecticut homicide fugitive believed to be in Pennsylvania
Connecticut State Police
Police from several states and the FBIare searching for Peter Manfredonia, 23, who is wanted in connection with two homicides in Connecticut.

UPDATE May 28, 2020, 12:05 ET:

Connecticut State Police confirmed Wednesday night that Peter Manfredonia was found in Maryland and is in police custody, WTIC reports.

CAPTURED: Multi-State Manhunt | Peter Manfredonia caught in Maryland and in police custody - WTIC


May 26, 2020:

via WTIC:

DERBY, Conn. (WTIC) -- Police from several states and the FBI are searching for Peter Manfredonia, 23, who is wanted in connection with two homicides in Connecticut.

Connecticut's chief medical examiner confirmed to FOX61 Tuesday afternoon autopsy results in the deaths of Nicholas Eisele and Theodore DeMers. The results indicated that Eisele suffered gunshot wounds to the head. The cause of DeMers' death was due to Sharp Force and Chop Injuries of Head with Sharp Force Injuries of Torso and Extremities.

Tuesday, Pennsylvania State Police issued an advisory, cautioning people that Manfredonia may be trying to solicit rides throughout the area.

Police said that they were contacted by New Jersey State Police, notified that Manfredonia's "escaped kidnapping victim" was found near their shared border. New Jersey State Police had said that they also recovered the car stolen from the homicide scene in Derby.

Manfredonia is considered armed and dangerous.

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