UConn senior, Peter Manfredonia (pictured), who is suspected of killing two men reportedly wrote disturbing messages on his apartment room wall about ‘snapping’ like Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza The University of Connecticut senior who is suspected of killing two men and kidnapping a young woman, which sparked a five-day, multi-state manhunt that led to his capture in Maryland on Wednesday, reportedly wrote disturbing messages on his apartment walls about ‘snapping’ like Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza. Peter Manfredonia, 23, was finally located in Hagerstown, Maryland on Wednesday, Connecticut State Police said. Manfredonia was arrested near the Pilot Travel Center gas station and taken into custody without injury. No officers were injured during the arrest. While authorities were searching for Manfredonia, photos that were taken in July 2019 made their rounds on social media. The images show messages scrawled on the walls and door of a room that Manfredonia reportedly lived in last year. ‘I’m not angry… I’m upset,’ is seen written over a door. The image then shows a series of questions: ‘Is this bad? Will I get in trouble? Will they look at me strange?’ Another reads: ‘Problems and fears are the only two things that need to be confronted!!!!!’ … Read full this story
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