Dr. William Petit, Jr. News
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...
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...
Fundraiser Honors Memory of Mother, Daughters Killed in Home Invasion
Today marks six years since a brutal home invasion during which a woman and her two daughters were killed in Connecticut. Jennifer Hawke-Petit, 48, and her daughters, 17-year-old Hayley and 11-year-old Michaela, were killed during a July 23, 2007, home invasion carried out by Steven...
Home-Invasion Survivor Dr. William Petit , Bride All Smiles in Wedding Photo
Dr. William Petit, who survived a home invasion rampage that took the lives of his wife and two daughters in 2007, is remarried and – from the looks of a photo released by the new couple and their photographer – happily so. Petit, 55, and...
Connecticut Family Massacre Survivor William Petit Remarries
Dr. William Petit, the sole survivor of the deadly home invasion that claimed the lives of his wife and two daughters in 2007, has remarried. Petit, 55, wed photographer Christine Paluf, 34, on Sunday in West Hartford, Conn. A reception was held in Simsbury. "It was fun," Hayley Hovhanessian of the
Petit Family Killer's Elaborate Oyster Suicide Plan
Death Row Inmate Steven Hayes Has Tried to Commit Suicide on Several Occasions
Connecticut Repeals Death Penalty
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy signed the state's death penalty repeal bill into law today, but the new law will not affect the 11 convicted killers already on death row including the two men who killed the wife and daughters of Dr. William Petit . The bill signing made Connecticut the 17th state
Family Massacre Survivor William Petit Opposes Repeal of CT Death Penalty
Connecticut state senators are expected to vote on a controversial death penalty repeal bill today, with family members of murder victims at odds about whether the bill should move forward or not. The proposed bill would replace the death penalty with a sentence of life without parole. It would