BALTIMORE - Baltimore police have arrested two people wanted for questioning in the slayings of a woman and her son in Connecticut.
Thirty-six-year-old Claude Turner and 26-year-old Elizabeth Swiderski Turner were arrested Friday after police received tips that they were staying in homeless shelters in the city. The Baltimore Sun reports they were booked on fugitive warrants from Connecticut.
The pair are wanted for questioning in the deaths of 58-year-old Donna Bouffard and her 26-year-old son Michael Perkins of Watertown, Conn. Their bodies were found in their home July 7.
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