Louisville man accused of killing roommate appears in court
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A Louisville man accused of capturing and killing a 17-yr-previous over the weekend appeared in courtroom Monday morning.
Christopher Lutin, 27, pleaded not responsible to a cost of homicide. Police say Lutin was roommates with the sufferer, who was recognized as 17-yr-previous Bryan Quintero.
Police say Lutin shot and killed Quintero on Saturday round eight:forty five p.m. at a house alongside New Reduce Street close to Candlelight Lane.
Detectives say Lutin then left the scene and ran to a close-by Marathon fuel station the place he was arrested. There, police say Lutin informed officers he had simply come from New Reduce Street the place the capturing occurred.
In line with courtroom paperwork, Lutin requested the sufferer’s father for forgiveness after allegedly pulling the set off.
It’s nonetheless unclear what precisely led as much as the violence.
“There was a witness who noticed Mr. Lutin shoot and kill the sufferer. When he was discovered, he nonetheless had the handgun in his possession. The county’s place is that he presents a hazard to the group,” stated Assistant County Lawyer Cristin Southard.
The general public defender requested Decide Sean Delahanty to grant Lutin residence incarceration, however that request was denied.
Lutin’s bond will stay at $one hundred,000.
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