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    Police Reveal the Investigation Into Connecticut Murderer Peter Manfredonia is Far From Finished

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    DETAILS leading up to the capture of Connecticut killer Peter Manfredonia have been released by officials, who are holding some information until they question the accused killer once more, Your Content has learned.

    We know that this manhunt came to an end peacefully outside a truck stop in Hagerstown, just across the Pennsylvania border in Maryland on the night of May 27. What’s more, police say the investigation is far from finished.

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    ‘The investigation is not over by any stretch,’ officials from the Connecticut State Police said during a news conference Thursday. ‘He was taken into custody in Maryland he’ll be transported to Connecticut and he’ll be arrested on the warrant on file.’

    ‘The families were very relieved that he was finally in custody.’

    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.

    According to the Maryland State Police, Peter Manfredonia, the 23-year-old college student accused of killing two people in Connecticut turned himself in.

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    Police say he emerged from a wooded area near the truck stop around 9 p.m. last night.

    Once police searched the area further, they found a gun believed to be used in one of the crimes.

    For the Connecticut State Police and PA State Police who tracked Manfredonia tirelessly through Pennsylvania, this arrest was priority number one.

    Manfredonia will be extradited back to Connecticut to answer for his crimes.

    Your Content readers were first to know the University of Connecticut senior was questioned by federal authorities overnight.

    “The suspect agreed to let authorities record the interrogation with both audio and video equipment,” a source close to the investigation previously told Your Content.

    “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.”

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