CONNECTICUT killer Peter Manfredonia – soon to be charged with two counts of murder and related charges – provided “crucial information” to law enforcement following his arrest Wednesday, Your Content can exclusively report.
“Peter was brought to the Connecticut State Police barracks and met with detectives and federal agents,” multiple law enforcement sources told Your Content in the case of Connecticut killer Peter Manfredonia.
“The suspect agreed to let authorities record the interrogation with both audio and video equipment,” the insider explained.
“The agencies involved feel a lot of sadness, relief, and we feel some resolve following the arrest of the suspect,” the source continued. “We will work tirelessly, non-stop, selflessly around the clock until each question has an answer.”
As Your Content readers know, the 23-year-old University of Connecticut student was caught by Hagerstown Police in Maryland following a massive four-state manhunt, where Manfredonia journeyed around in an Uber.
The FBI joined state and local law enforcement officers to search several counties stretching from Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Maryland in hopes of finding Manfredonia.
“Although we’ve sped through this week and we’ve accomplished so much – we have so much more to do to bring justice to this case,” the source noted.
“During the questioning, authorities received very valuable information that was not available to them before and have now been able to cohobate which will yet come to be proven in a court of law.”
Following a massive four-state manhunt, Manfredonia was captured without incident by Hagerstown Police in Maryland.
“Day after day of failure, we received several crucial tips that built a concrete timeline,” the source told Your Content exclusively. “The FBI will continue to utilize all resources available to bring closure to the families involved and bring the perpetrator to justice.”
“For those individuals who have information come forward now,” the source warned. “Every second you withhold information, you are only making things worse for yourself, and worse for the families involved.”
Authorities have scheduled a news conference for later today.
Your Content was first to reveal that police zeroed in on the mentally unstable student Wednesday, when authorities moved the search from Pennsylvania to Hagerstown, Maryland.
As Your Content readers know, the 23-year-old University of Connecticut student fled Connecticut after brutally murdering at least two people and kidnapping a third on May 22.
*CORRECTION: This post was updated May 28, 2020 at 4:06 p.m. to correct a previous claim that the questioning took place at the Connecticut State Police barracks. The source noted he was questioned by agents from the FBI and not Connecticut State Police at the time of publication.
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