Stephen Morgan, Suspected Wesleyan Shooter, Appears in Court
Stephen Morgan, the man suspected of shooting Wesleyan University student Johanna Justin-Jinich, turned himself in on Thursday night.
Morgan appeared Middlesex Superior Court on Friday morning, where he was arraigned and charged with first-degree murder.
The judge increased his bond to $15 million.
The victim of the shooting, Justin-Jinich, was shot at a cafe in the university campus bookstore on Wednesday.
For more information and background on this story, please see NowPublic's previous coverage: Wesleyan Shooting: Suspect Stephen Morgan Still on the Loose
The suspect in the shooting of a Wesleyan University student will be arraigned Friday morning after surrendering to police without incident Thursday evening in neighboring Meriden, authorities said.
Stephen Morgan has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Johanna Justin-Jinich at a Middletown bookstore on Wednesday and is being held on a $10 million bond, Middletown Chief Lynn Baldoni said. Morgan turned himself in at the Meriden Police Department at 9:14 p.m., according to Baldoni, and was transferred to Middletown.
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