Wesleyan Shooting Suspect Surrenders

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) - The man who Connecticut police say
stalked and killed a Wesleyan University student has surrendered at
a convenience store after seeing his photo on the front page of a
newspaper.

Sonia Rodriguez, a clerk at a Cumberland Farms convenience store
in nearby Meriden, says 29-year-old Stephen P. Morgan asked her to
call the police when he stopped in the store Thursday night.

Rodriguez told WFSB-TV that she didn't recognize Morgan and
thought he was having car trouble. When police arrived, they told
her the man she had been talking to was wanted for Wednesday's
fatal shooting of 21-year-old Johanna Justin-Jinich in Middletown.

Rodriguez says she started crying and was nervous.

Morgan is being held on $10 million bond and is due in court
Friday morning.


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