Triple Murder Suspect Had No Prior Criminal Record | NBC Connecticut

Triple Murder Suspect Had No Prior Criminal Record



    Horvil Lebrick is charged with the murders of the May 6 murders of three people in East Hartford.

    The man accused in a triple murder in East Hartford apartment building made multiple confessions and has no prior criminal record, according to prosecutors.

    Horvil “Trix” Lebrick, 31, of Brooklyn, New York was extradited from Manhattan on Tuesday morning and arraigned in Manchester Superior Court on Wednesday morning.

    He is charged with the murders of Shawna Lee Hudson and Andraw and Andrew Moses, 21-year-old twin brothers from Brooklyn, New York.

    Hudson, 26, and the brothers were shot to death inside a Nutmeg Lane apartment May 6. Police signed an arrest warrant for Lebrick on May 13 and he was taken into custody in New York on May 26.

    Lebrick faces felony murder, home invasion, burglary, robbery and assault charges. He is being held on $3 million bond. The arrest warrant was sealed and family members made no comments. 

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