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Fugitive Connecticut dad is arrested for killing and DISMEMBERING his 11 month-old daughter

Connecticut fugitive father arrested for killing and DISMEMBERING his 11-month-old daughter after two weeks on the run

  • Christopher Francisquini, 31, was detained at a bus stop Friday afternoon after a citizen recognized him from news coverage of his crime.
  • Francisquini is accused of killing his young daughter, Camilla, on November 18 at their home in Naugatuck, Connecticut.
  • He was charged with murder in special circumstances and risk of injury to a minor and was set on $5 million bail.
  • Police said Francisquini strangled Camila, then stabbed and dismembered her before fleeing her home.
  • Francisquini has a lengthy rap sheet, with convictions for assault, carjacking and other crimes to his name.

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A Connecticut man accused of murdering and dismembering his 11-month-old daughter has finally been arrested after spending two weeks on the run.

Christopher Francisquini, 31, was taken into custody at a Waterbury bus stop Friday afternoon after a citizen recognized him from news coverage and called authorities.

Francisquini is accused of killing his young daughter, Camilla, on November 18 at their Naugatuck home.

He was charged with murder in special circumstances and risk of injury to a minor, and was set on $5 million bail.

Francisquini has a lengthy rap sheet, with convictions for assault, carjacking and other crimes to his name. He was on probation on a 2012 assault charge when he allegedly murdered his daughter and cut his GPS anklet before fleeing, according to the court. New York Daily News.

Christopher Francisquini, 31, Was Detained At A Bus Stop Friday Afternoon After A Citizen Recognized Him From News Coverage Of His Crime.

Christopher Francisquini, 31, was detained at a bus stop Friday afternoon after a citizen recognized him from news coverage of his crime.

Francisquini Is Accused Of Killing His Young Daughter, Camilla, On November 18 At Their Home In Naugatuck, Connecticut.

Francisquini Is Accused Of Killing His Young Daughter, Camilla, On November 18 At Their Home In Naugatuck, Connecticut.

Francisquini is accused of killing his young daughter, Camilla, on November 18 at their home in Naugatuck, Connecticut.

Police said Francisquini strangled Camila, then stabbed and dismembered her.

After the murder, investigators say he got into a fight with his mother, who didn’t know Camila was dead, then destroyed her cell phone, clipped her probation GPS tracker from her ankle and then fled in a 2006 Chevy Impala.

Later, a family member found Camila’s body. It was ruled that her death was caused by neck compressions and stab wounds.

The car Francisquini fled in was found abandoned on Interstate 91.

Dramatic Footage Of The Arrest Showed A Legion Of Officers Surrounding Francisquini At A Bus Stop Around 3 P.m. Last Friday.

Dramatic Footage Of The Arrest Showed A Legion Of Officers Surrounding Francisquini At A Bus Stop Around 3 P.m. Last Friday.

Dramatic footage of the arrest showed a legion of officers surrounding Francisquini at a bus stop around 3 p.m. last Friday.

With Their Weapons Drawn, The Policemen Surrounded Him And Demanded That He Get On The Ground.

With Their Weapons Drawn, The Policemen Surrounded Him And Demanded That He Get On The Ground.

With their weapons drawn, the policemen surrounded him and demanded that he get on the ground.

Footage Of Francisquini'S Arrest Showed Heavily Armed Officers Converging On Him.

Footage Of Francisquini'S Arrest Showed Heavily Armed Officers Converging On Him.

Footage of Francisquini’s arrest showed heavily armed officers converging on him.

Dramatic footage of the arrest showed a legion of officers surrounding Francisquini at a bus stop around 3 p.m. last Friday.

With their guns drawn, the police officers surrounded him and demanded that he get down on the ground.

Francisquini complied and the policemen handcuffed him.

A reward for information leading to his capture was originally set at $10,000, but was later increased to $25,000 just before his capture.

Camilla Would Have Been One Year Old On Saturday

Camilla Would Have Been One Year Old On Saturday

Camilla Died At 11 Months Old

Camilla Died At 11 Months Old

Camilla would have turned one on Saturday. Her body was discovered by relatives.

Francisquini Has A Lengthy Rap Sheet, With Convictions For Assault, Carjacking And Other Crimes To His Name.

Francisquini Has A Lengthy Rap Sheet, With Convictions For Assault, Carjacking And Other Crimes To His Name.

Francisquini has a lengthy rap sheet, with convictions for assault, carjacking and other crimes to his name.

Police said the report of the Francisquini sighting was made through the department’s anonymous tip hotline.

“Francisquini’s capture is a clear example of what can be accomplished when community members work with law enforcement to get dangerous people off the street,” the Naugatuck Police Department said in a statement.

“Within 28 hours of asking for the public’s help, he was taken into custody without incident and will now face justice.”

Camilla would have turned one on Saturday.

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