BRISTOL, Connecticut. – The Last of the University of Connecticut scientist charged with killing her doctor husband (all times are local):
The authorities are investigating whether University of Connecticut doctor, whose body was found packed in his house, is dead since June.
Dr. Pierluigi Bigazzi wife, Linda Kosuda-Bigazzi, was arraigned Tuesday on a murder charge.
His body was found during a Feb. 5 wellness check by the police in Burlington. The medical examiner has determined that the pathology of the late professor of blunt force trauma to the head.
Kosuda-Bigazzi refused to comment as they are in Bristol Superior Court. The 70-year-old scientist, who worked with her husband, is free on home confinement, after agreeing to wear a monitoring ankle bracelet and the placing of a $1.5 million bond.
The arrest warrant in the case has been closed, but the court documents indicate the police believe Bigazzi was killed at the beginning of June 13.
A scientist is entrusted with the defeat of her husband, a University of Connecticut doctor, the death and the body left in their house for months.
Linda Kosuda-Bigazzi is charged with murder in the death of an 84-year-old Pierluigi Bigazzi, who had not seen for months. He was a professor in a laboratory science and pathology at UConn Health. She worked with him.
The Hartford Courant reports that Bigazzi’s body was wrapped in the Burlington home when police conducted a welfare check on Feb. 5. They went to the home after colleagues at the school expressed concern about Bigazzi long absence.
The medical examiner says the doctor, died of a blunt trauma to the head.
The arrest warrant is sealed. Kosuda-Bigazzi was scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday. Her lawyers declined to comment.