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Norwich Man Charged for 2006 Murder of Body Found in Ledyard

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    Norwich Man Charged for 2006 Murder of Body Found in Ledyard
    Connecticut State Police

    A Norwich man has been charged in the 2006 murder of the man found dead in a Ledyard field.

    Timothy Johnson, who is now 32, is accused of killing Anthony Hamlin, 41, of Groton, and was charged Wednesday with felony murder. 

    A driver traveling on Shewville Road in Ledyard called 911 around 8:20 a.m. on Jan. 28, 2006 to report that there was a body in the field next to 448 Shewville Road, according to police. Investigators responded and found Hamlin’s naked body in a vacant field. 

    The last time anyone had seen Hamlin alive was around 10:30 p.m. on Jan. 27, 2006 in the area of the New London Transportation Center, police said.

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    The father of five and member of the Eastern Pequot Tribe told his family he'd grab something at Subway before catching a late train to head to Virginia for a new job, but early the next morning his body was found in a Ledyard field eight miles away.

    Johnson, who was 21 years old at the time of the murder, was charged and held on $1 million bond. He is expected in court on Oct. 7.

    The state was offering a $50,000 reward for information to solve the 2006 murder of Hamlin.