A Connecticut man who has been accused of homicide after two folks had been found lifeless in an Auburn residence on June 19 was arrested in Maryland on Friday morning.
David Barnett, 34, of Bristol, Connecticut, is accused of homicide in reference to the deaths of Kelzie Caron, 21, of Auburn and Pierre Langlois, 21, of Connecticut. The pair was discovered lifeless at an residence positioned at 49 Fourth St., based on Shannon Moss, a spokesperson for the Maine Division of Public Security.
Whereas the way wherein Caron and Langlois died has not been launched, their deaths had been dominated homicides.
Barnett was taken into custody round 10 a.m. in Rockville, Maryland, based on Moss. He will probably be held at Montgomery County Jail whereas extradition proceedings are underway.
Barnett additionally holds a earlier nationwide arrest warrant out of New York for a parole violation on a previous theft cost.
The circumstances of Caron and Langlois’ demise stay below investigation.
Correction: An earlier model of this story incorrectly recognized the place David Barnett is from. It additionally incorrectly acknowledged the place in Maryland Barnett was taken into custody.
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