STAMFORD — A New York man whose son was shot to dying on Garden Road two weeks ago expressed his gratitude to Stamford police after the man who allegedly killed his son was arraigned at the Stamford courthouse.
“Thank you very much. I actually recognize it,” Carlton Walthrust stated to Sgt. Paul Guzda.
Rashad Sellers, 26, of West Haven, was arraigned late Monday morning on a homicide cost for killing Stephon Walthrust on March 30.
Carlton Walthrust, of Queens, New York, stated he was comfortable to receive the call from Stamford police late last week, telling him that they had taken Sellers, 26, into custody Friday morning.
“I stated, ‘Wow, that was really great.’ They obtained this guy so soon and he’s in jail,” Carlton Walthrust stated. “They are very skilled and knew what they had to do and that was one of the best thing.”
Carlton Walthrust stated he would all the time keep in mind his son Stephon, 26, for the best way he smiled.
“He beloved life and beloved to smile. That was him. He was all the time smiling,” he stated. “You’d walk into a room, see him smile and you’d need to smile too. That was the primary thing.”
At Seller’s arraignment, Decide Bruce Hudock held Seller’s bond at $1.2 million on expenses of homicide, use of a firearm within the fee of a felony, two counts of violating his probation, being a felon in possession of a handgun and being a felon in possession of ammunition.
The probation violation counts he faces should do with responsible pleas he made in 2016 to carrying a pistol with no permit in Stamford and being a felon…