Christopher Francisquini Wiki – Christopher Francisquini Bio
Christopher Francisquini, A Connecticut father suspected of killing and maiming his 11-month-old daughter has reportedly been arrested after two weeks on the run. Christopher Francisquini was taken into custody on Friday, December 2, 2022, after a passerby recognized him from television coverage and called the police. He was stopped at a bus stop in Waterbury. Francisquini is accused of murdering his infant daughter Camilla on November 18, 2022, at her home in Naugatuck.
Christopher Francisquini is 31 years old.
Christopher Francisquini Killed His Daughter & Arrested
Francisquini was reportedly given a $5 million bail after he was charged with murder in exceptional circumstances and risk of injury to a minor. His criminal history is extensive and he has been convicted of crimes including carjacking and assault. His father allegedly killed his baby girl while he was on probation on a 2012 assault charge, and before he fled, he allegedly stole his GPS ankle tracker, according to the New York Daily News.
According to police, Francisquini strangled Camila before stabbing and dismembering her. Investigators believe that after the murder, the suspect argued with Camila’s mother, who was unaware of Camila’s death, before destroying her cell phone, cutting off her GPS tracker at her ankle, and fleeing in a 2006 Chevy Impala. Camila’s body was eventually discovered by a relative. Her death was determined to be the result of stab wounds and neck compressions. The car Francisquini fled in was found abandoned on Interstate 91.
Shocking video of the arrest showed Francisquini surrounded by police officers as he stood at a bus stop at 3 o’clock on Friday. The police surrounded him and demanded that he get down on the ground while they pulled their weapons from him. The policemen handcuffed Francisquini after he complied. Prior to his arrest, the $10,000 award for information leading to his capture was increased to $25,000 since initial publication.
According to police, the information about the Francisquini sighting was sent through the department’s anonymous tip hotline. The Naugatuck Police Department said in a statement: “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.” They added: “Within 28 hours of calling for the public’s help, he was detained without incident and will now face justice,” the Daily Mail reported.
Camilla, who would have turned one on Saturday, December 3, 2022, was laid to rest in a private ceremony surrounded by family and loved ones on Saturday, November 26, as MEAWW previously reported.