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20:28 | 26th April 2017

News: World

Fri 26 Mar, 2010
By Danielle Carter


The warrant says Otero told a friend he "flipped out" when Brisson told him to move out of her house and implied an affair with his daughter.

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A newly released arrest warrant says a Connecticut man charged with killing a woman admitted he put her body in a freezer after having "flipped out" over her implied lesbian affair with his daughter.

Forty-nine-year-old Luis Otero is charged with murder in the death of Madeline Brisson, whose body was found March 7 in a freezer at her Groton home.

A New London Superior Court judge on Wednesday unsealed the arrest warrant, which doesn't say how the 50-year-old Brisson died. An autopsy was inconclusive and more tests are being done.



The warrant says Otero told a friend he "flipped out" when Brisson told him to move out of her house and implied an affair with his daughter.

Otero is being held on $2 million bond and is due back in court April 14.

 

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