The man accused of firing the fatal bullet in the 2013 Flanders home invasion that led to the death of Demitri Hampton attempt to retract his plea agreement at his sentencing Friday in a wild turn of events that saw him have to be removed from the courtroom. READ
Demitri Hampton knew exactly what he wanted to be in life, his family members say. He was going to pursue a career in forensic science.
Demitri excelled in the subject while a student at Suffolk County Community College and he believed he’d one day apply those skills to help collect evidence to solve crimes. READ
The defendant in a fatal 2013 Flanders home invasion accepted a plea agreement Tuesday after his attorney learned that a prosecutor had failed to turn over more than 100 pages of notes related to the investigations — including evidence that others had confessed to the murder. READ
A Suffolk County police homicide detective on Wednesday showed a jury cell phone data combined with video surveillance that suggests a possible path a suspect took the night of a 2013 home invasion that left a Flanders man dead. READ
The prosecution introduced cell phone records Friday that suggest the defendant in a murder trial associated with a 2013 fatal home invasion in Flanders could have been in the area at the time of the shooting. READ