WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — A former Delaware optometrist whose ex-wife was killed by his father at a Delaware courthouse has pleaded not guilty to federal conspiracy and stalking charges. David Matusiewicz entered the plea Tuesday […]
A former Delaware optometrist will remain in custody pending a detention hearing on charges that he conspired with his family over several years to torment and stalk his ex-wife following a bitter divorce and custody battle that culminated in her death in a courthouse shooting.
Federal prosecutors are filing stalking charges against three relatives of a gunman who killed two women at a Delaware courthouse before taking his own life.
Attorneys are seeking permission from a Delaware judge to sell the home of a woman killed in a February courthouse shooting.
Investigators have taken a DNA sample from a man whose father killed two women at a Delaware courthouse before taking his own life.
A federal judge has revoked the probation of a man whose father killed two people at a Delaware courthouse before taking his own life, sentencing the son to six months in prison.
David Matusiewicz was taken into federal custody on probation violations shortly after his ex-wife and her friend were gunned down by his father.
The charges against David Matusiewicz are prosaic — suspected of being in Maryland when he said he was in New Jersey — but authorities are investigating his role in the murder of his ex-wife Christine Belford and her friend Laura Mulford, shot by his father Thomas Matusiewicz.