A man who police call a "person of interest" in the murders of his mother and two other people was sentenced to six months in prison on a drug charges.
Brett Bednarz, 46, was sentenced in Manchester Superior Court Wednesday, after pleading guilty to marijuana possession and probation violations.
Bednarz's mother, 74-year-old Beverly Therrien, Pamela Johns, 60 and 53-year-old Michael Ramsey were found dead inside Therrien's East Hartford home Thanksgiving day.
Police say they found a small amount of marijuana while they searched the Manchester home of Bednarz and his sister Candace in December. Police searched the home in connection with the triple murder in East Hartford.