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MERIDEN — Police are urging residents to report any sightings of a man they say is armed, dangerous and wanted for questioning in a homicide case that occurred this summer.
Police said they want to question 33-year-old Trevor Outlaw — who also goes by “Wolf,” “Wolfie” and “F1” — in connection with a homicide on June 21.
At 1:52 a.m. June 21, police received a call from a woman who said there had been a shooting at the Comfort Inn on East Main Street, according to Lt. John Mennone. Officers found 24-year-old Giovanni Rodriguez, of Meriden. lying in the entrance of the hotel, suffering from a gunshot to the chest, Mennone said. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
On Wednesday, Mennone announced the arrest of 39-year-old Cheenisa Rivera “for her involvement” in Rodriguez’s death. Rivera was charged with hindering prosecution and was released on a $75,000 bond. Mennone said “additional charges are anticipated.”
Outlaw was described by police as 6-foot-2, about 250 to 300 pounds, with “long, dreadlock-style hair and a tattoo of two hearts under his life eye.”
Police said he should be considered “armed and dangerous and should not be approached.”
Police said Outlaw has seven outstanding arrest warrants after allegedly failing to appear in court on numerous pending criminal charges.
Among those charges, police said, were gun possession, assault on a police officer, operating a drug factory, reckless driving and driving under the influence.
Any sightings of Outlaw or information on his whereabouts should be reported to 203-630-4178 or email@example.com.
Anyone with information about the homicide is asked to contact Detective Michael Fonda at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-630-4178.203-630-4178 or email@example.com
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