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Torrington teen accused of killing his mother due in court next week

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TORRINGTON – Nicholas Hulme, who is accused of killing his mother, will be extradited from New York State in the following days according to police.

Hulme is scheduled to appear in Bantam Superior Court on November 25th to answer charges of murder and larceny in connection with the death of his mother, Wendy Hulme.


Police said they will not release the exact date he will be brought back for security reasons.

Hulme, 18,  was arrested in Sleepy Hollow, New York on November 6.

Police in Sleepy Hollow were alerted by Torrington police who were looking for the younger Hulme, whom they believed was in the area. They located the car with Hulme inside at a train station and took him into custody on charges of being a fugitive from justice.

Originally, police were called for a missing persons case. “There was [sic] actually two people missing,” said Sgt. Linas Venclauskas of the Torrington Police. The missing persons report was filed 19 hours before an officer went to do a check-up on the case and found someone dead on the third floor of the Forest Street home. “We secured the scene and then had to get search warrants, just in case this develops into something further. We wanted to take all the precautions,” said Venclauskas.

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