A long-awaited mental health report on the man accused of fatally shooting a Wesleyan University student should be complete in about a month, Middlesex State's Attorney Timothy J. Liston said Tuesday.
A prosecutor said Monday he has not yet received a completed mental health report on the man accused of killing a Wesleyan University student two years ago.
Lawyers for a Massachusetts man accused of gunning down a Wesleyan University student pressed the state Tuesday about when a mental-health report on the suspect would be complete.
After months of delays, a state-appointed psychiatrist is now evaluating Stephen Morgan, the Massachusetts man charged with fatally shooting a Wesleyan University student nearly two years ago, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Hundreds of Wesleyan students were converging on Foss Hill for Spring Fling last Wednesday when university officials learned that Johanna Justin-Jinich lay fatally wounded in an off-campus bookstore — and that the gunman was still at large.
Wesleyan President Michael Roth acknowledged the enduring grief that Johanna Justin-Jinich's killing will cause those who knew her. But Roth, after Friday's vigil, urged the school community to return to its "normal rhythms of life."
Stephen Morgan was arraigned on a single count of murder in the shooting death of Johanna Justin-Jinich, a 21-year-old Wesleyan University student. His bail was raised to $15 million.
The manhunt is over for Wesleyan shooting suspect Stephen Morgan, who is charged with shooting and killing of Wesleyan student Johanna Justin-Jinich. He will be arraigned today and his initial bail was set at $10 million in the Wesleyan shooting.
A Cornell University professor who shares the name Stephen Morgan with the suspect in the killing of a Wesleyan student found that his photo was being mistakenly circulated as that of the wanted Stephen Morgan.
Johanna Justin-Jinich, who was shot and killed Wednesday, started an online journal when she was in the sixth grade. Over the years, she talked about boys, college applications, studying abroad in Spain, working with Planned Parenthood and how she loved studying public health and women's issues.
Middletown police talked to Stephen Morgan moments after he had brutally murdered a Wesleyan student inside the school book store but let him go after getting his name and contact information.
Authorities are not sure whether the suspect in the fatal shooting of a Wesleyan University student Wednesday remains in the Middletown area, but police said he may be targeting the campus and well as its Jewish community.
Wesleyan University renewed its call for caution this morning in the wake of the fatal shooting of a student, issuing a warning that all students should remain in their residences and staff should not come in to work.