WILTON, Conn. It may be some time before the boy arrested last week in connection with the 2008 death of Nicholas Parisot returns to Connecticut.
No extradition hearing has been held for the juvenile arrested in Placentia, Calif., Wilton Police Lt. Donald Wakeman said Tuesday. Wakeman said he does not know when the hearing will be held or whether the extradition will be challenged. The boy was still being held without bond.
Parisot, 13, died June 13, 2008, while riding his motorized bike near Hickory Hill and Hillbrook roads in Wilton. Parisot struck a rope tied to trees across a wooded trail and suffered fatal injuries, police said.
The states attorneys office handles most extraditions, Wakeman said. Wilton Police plan to charge the suspect as a juvenile with second-degree manslaughter. The investigation into Parisots death remains open. The investigation had been held up by individuals who did not cooperate fully, police last week said.
Mark Dupuis, a spokesman for the chief states attorneys office in Rocky Hill, declined to comment on the extradition because it involves a juvenile.
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