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Court documents that were made public on Monday reveal that a New Canaan man is being considered as a suspect in the , according the Danbury News-Times.
Based on a search warrant affidavit from in Danbury, the man, who has not been formally charged, exchanged over 500 calls and text messages with victim Mario Imbesi over the last six weeks of his life and regularly purchased drugs from the victim.
According to the affidavit, residents of the apartment building where Imbesi lived and was killed told police that they saw a black pick-up truck in the parking lot the same evening as the homicide. Their description roughly matches the one a "close associate" of Imbesi's gave of the vehicle the New Canaan man was driving a few weeks prior when he was purchasing drugs from Imbesi.
Text messages exchanged between the New Canaan man and Imbesi, according to the News-Times, reveal that Imbesi informed the man that he was going to receive a shipment of Oxycontin shortly before he was killed.
Two more search warrant applications related to Imbesi's homicide have been filed by police, according to the News-Times.