Cold case murder suspect due in New London court Monday

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NEW LONDON - A man arrested in the 2006 death of a father of five is due in New London Superior Court Monday.

Police said they have made a second arrest in the killing of Anthony Hamlin, whose body was found in a field in the area of 428 Shewville Road in Ledyard nearly 11 years ago.

Ledyard murder-suspects

Christopher Vincenti, 32, of New London, was charged Friday with felony murder. Vincenti is the second man to be charged this month in the crime. Last week, Timothy P. Johnson, 32, of Norwich turned himself in and was arrested on felony murder charges.

Anthony Hamlin

Anthony Hamlin

Hamlin, 40, of Groton, was a member of the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation. He was found dead due to blunt force trauma to the head in January 2006, the day after telling a relative he was taking a train to Virginia.

Investigators had been searching for information on the case and the Governor’s office offered a $25,000 reward in 2011 for information leading to an arrest. Vincenti was held on a $1 million bond.