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Connecticut police arrested Friday to Christopher Francisquini, accused of stabbing and dismembering his 11-month-old baby girl in events reported in the middle of last month.
Francisquini, 31 years old, was tapped near Waterbury superior courtaccording to the CT Insider report.
The man would have suffocated, stabbed and dismembered little Camilla at their home in Naugatuck on November 18.
According to the information handled by the authorities, The baby was murdered before Francisquini and the mother of the minor had a discussion. The cause of the dispute is not clear.
Following the altercation, the suspect destroyed his cell phone and removed his court-ordered GPS monitoring device.
At the time of the crime, the man was free on bail after serving 10 years in prison for an assault reported in 2012. After being released, In 2021 Francisquini was arrested again for “carjacking” at West Haven Hospital. One day after the robbery, she allegedly attacked correctional officers while trying to escape from imposed custody.
The motive for Camilla’s murder has not been established. Prior to her capture, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) offered $25,000 for leads leading to her arrest.
There are no details about whether the authorities found the whereabouts of the alleged murderer through citizen confidence.