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Police Look for N.Y. Man Suspected in East Hartford Slayings



    Police are looking for this man in connection with a triple fatal shooting in East Hartford.

    Police are looking for a Brooklyn, New York man suspected in an East Hartford shooting that left three people dead earlier this month.

    Police have an arrest warrant charging Horvil “Trix” Lebrick, 31, with murder and home invasion.

    The shooting on May 6 killed Shawna Lee Hudson, 26, who was shot in the chest, and Andraw and Andrew Moses, twin 21-year-old brothers from Brooklyn, New York. They were shot in the face, according to police.

    Another man survived the shooting and has cooperated with police. He remained hospitalized until last week.

    The court has set bond at $3 million and sealed the warrant.

    East Hartford police said law enforcement authorities in New York are assisting with the investigation and with the search for Lebrick, whose last known address is 141 E 21st St., Apartment 6L-E, Brooklyn.

    Police advise residents to use caution because they have not recovered firearms using the killings.

    Anyone with any information about this crime, or who may have any information as to the whereabouts of Lebrick is urged to call the East Hartford Police Department at 860-528-4401.

    Lebrick has also been charged with first-degree burglary, first-degree criminal attempt, robbery, first-degree conspiracy to commit burglary and first-degree assault.