Dr. William Petit, Jr. News
Outrage Over Death Penalty Decision in Connecticut
Killers who tortured a mother and two young daughters are two out of 11 who were spared the death penalty.
The Latest: Home Invasion Survivor Says Resentencing 'Sad'
A doctor whose wife and daughters were killed during a Connecticut home invasion says it's "very sad" a man sentenced to death for their slayings has been resentenced to life in prison
School Shooter Adam Lanza's Newtown House Is Demolished
The 3,100 square-foot yellow house on a leafy street in Newtown, Connecticut, where Adam Lanza lived with his mother was demolished today. It was the same house where Lanza began his December 2012 rampage by killing his mother before driving to Sandy Hook Elementary School, killing 20 children and
Home Invasion Survivor William Petit Welcomes Baby in Time for Thanksgiving
Six years after his wife and children were killed in a horrific home invasion in Connecticut, William Petit and his new wife, Christine, have announced the arrival of a baby baby. Arriving days before Thanksgiving, baby William Petit III was born in the early hours...
Home Invader Steven Hayes Says 'I Don't Deserve to Live'
One of the two men on death row for raping, beating and murdering a Connecticut family in 2007 said in his first newspaper interview that he doesn’t deserve to live and thinks about the victims all the time. Steven Hayes also told the New Haven...
Petit Family Killer: 'I Just Snapped'
Steven Hayes discusses home invasion that left a Connecticut mother and her two daughters dead.
Home Invasion Survivor William Petit to Have Baby With New Wife
Six years after his wife and children were killed in a nightmarish home invasion in Connecticut, William Petit and his new wife, Christine Paluf, announced they are having a baby together. Petit was the sole survivor of the horrific 2007 attack during which two men, Steven...
Family Slaying Survivor's New Wife Expecting Child
Dr. William Petit's first wife and two daughters were killed during a 2007 home invasion.
Petit Family Killer May Seek New Trial
Joshua Komisarjevsky's lawyer may act based on newly-released 911 tapes from the day of the murder.