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4th suspect caught in West Haven killing

Connecticut Post
Published 11:04 am, Thursday, January 3, 2013
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WEST HAVEN ­-- A fourth suspect has been arrested in the October homicide of Neville Malaci.

Anthony Adams, 26, of Rockdale Road in West Haven was arraigned Wednesday at Superior Court in Milford and remains in custody under a $1.5 million bond, officials said Thursday.

Adams was arrested Wednesday by local police and U.S. Marshals, said Officer Brett Schneider. Three others were arrested Dec. 7 in connection with the fatal shooting of Malaci, 26, on Oct. 28. Police announced at that time that Adams was also a suspect in the case.

Adams was charged with felony murder, first-degree conspiracy to commit robbery and first-degree criminal attempt to commit robbery. Those same charges were lodged against Daquane Adams, 24, and Eugene Walker, 25, both of West Haven, in December.

Alexis Morrison, 19, of West Haven, was charged last month with second-degree hindering prosecution, conspiracy to sell a controlled substance, and conspiracy to sell a controlled substance within 1,500 feet of a school. Her bond was set at $250,000.

Schneider, the West Haven police spokesman, said no further information would be released about the case.