On Thursday morning, Hampton Police in Virginia announced they will be aiding in a carnage review of indicted Connecticut sequence torpedo William Devin Howell. According to a Hampton military Twitter feed, authorities are shutting off a territory of Weaver Road to support New Haven, Connecticut, detectives in apportionment a hunt aver on a residence where Howell was pronounced to have lived in 2000 during 100 Gumwood Drive.
Hampton Police also tweeted that a apportionment of highway between Gumwood and Hickory Hill will be sealed until serve notice. All drivers and passersby are to use an swap route.
Howell is pronounced by investigators to be in tie with a murders of during slightest 7 people. The stays of a defunct were found behind a New Haven selling center.
According to internal reports, a cousin of Howell’s still resides in a area, and settled a torpedo attended Bethel High School in Hampton. Howell was arrested in 2005.
Currently, Suffolk Police and a FBI are on scene. Sargent Price with a Suffolk Police settled their debate units are aiding a FBI, New Haven and Hampton Police. Depending on a justification found during a search, office could tumble to any of a 4 departments.
By Alex Lemieux
WAVY 10: Hampton military aiding New Haven detectives with carnage investigation
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