Drifter Named In Double Murder

New Haven police say they have  an arrest warrant in a seven-and-a-half-year-old double murder.

The bodies of Louise Soules and Michael Mobley were found beaten to death inside an abandoned building ot 776-780 Grand Avenue on July 24, 2004.  Police say in recent years,   detectives heard from a citizen that a man with an extensive criminal history had bragged about committing the murders.

The suspect, 59-year-old Charlie Levine, is described as a drifter.  and police say they were unable to track him down until earlier this year,  when they learned he had been arrested in Florida.  Levine,  still held on a domestic assault charge in Florida,  is now named in two Connecticut murder warrants.


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