Suspect To Be Arraigned In Convenience Store Robbery-Murder
The suspect in last month’s robbery-murder at a Meriden convenience store last month is back in Connecticut, held in lieu of $2 million bond for arraignment Friday.
Frankie Resto of New Britain had turned himself in to police in Brooklyn, New York, after waiving extradition on a warrant for his arrest in the shooting death of Ibrahim Ghazal at the E-Z Mart on East Main Street June 27.
His alleged accomplice, 25-year-old Willie Breyette, already is in custody. He was arraigned earlier this month on charges of aiding and abetting first degree robbery and hindering prosecution.