Sunder Ganglani pled guilty to the charge of violating a protective order on Thursday.
A press release issued by NHPD spokesman David Hartman on Tuesday morning indicated that “several people of interest” had been identified.
The report says that Lanza had significant mental health issues, as he was diagnosed with Aspergers in 2005, but offers no suggestion of whether Lanza’s health problems may have contributed to the shootings.
A recent, nationwide crime trend has struck the Elm City, with the New Haven Police Department reporting six separate incidents of assault in the past week.
In a public safety update emailed out Thursday afternoon, Yale Police Department Chief Ronnell Higgins warned the Yale community of a growing trend in violent behavior he termed the “knockout game.”