Johanna Justin-Jinich Murder Suspect In Custody

UPDATE: Suspect Is In Custody

The accused gunman in the deadly shooting of a Wesleyan University junior wrote “Kill Johanna. She must Die” and “I think it’s ok to kill Jews and go on a killing spree” in his journal and left it at the crime scene, according to an arrest warrant.


Officers found him standing outside the store, 10 miles from where a man wearing a wig opened fire on Justin-Jinich about 1 p.m. Wednesday.


Morgan wore a blue prison jumpsuit and handcuffs during his Friday morning arraignment in Middletown Superior Court. At times during the proceedings, he hung his head, frowned or nodded.


The massive manhunt for the man accused of killing a Wesleyan University junior is over.

Stephen Morgan, wanted by Middletown police in the shooting death Wednesday of 21-year-old Johanna Justin-Jinich, was in a convenience store in Meriden when he apparently saw his photograph on the front page of a newspaper.


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