BRIDGEPORT -- A Danbury man suspected in the slaying of his daughter at her college in Massachusetts was arrested at a pizza place in Bridgeport on Friday, according to the Connecticut Post.
Walter DaSilva, a 45-year-old Town Hill Avenue resident, was arrested, the report said.
Members of the U.S. Marshal Violent Crime Fugitive Task Force nabbed DaSilva, charging him with being "a fugitive from justice," the newspaper said.
DaSilva, whose bond is set for $500,000, and faces extradition Monday, is alleged to have mortally shot Sabrina DaSilva, who was 19, on July 3, said the Connecticut Post.
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