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Easton man accused of killing his parents, Kyle Navin, appears in court

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BRIDGEPORT — Suspected killer Kyle Navin faced a judge Thursday in Bridgeport. He was expected to decide whether to accept a plea bargain or go to trial, but his case was continued to another day.

Navin is charged with two counts of murder and one count of murder under special circumstances in the shooting deaths of his parents last year. If found guilty, he could face a maximum of life in prison without release.

He has pleaded not guilty in this case.

Jeff and Jeanette NavinHis parents, Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin, went missing in August of 2015 and were discovered buried under leaves in a yard of a home in Weston last October.

Police said Navin, who had an extensive heroin habit, killed his parents for their money after they threatened to cut him off financially.

Click here for more on the disappearance of the Navins and the case surrounding their son.

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