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Judge to decide whether American accused in Anguilla hotel death will go on trial

CBS News Monday, 11 November 2019
A judge on the Caribbean island of Anguilla will decide Monday if a Connecticut man will go on trial for allegedly killing a hotel worker. Scott Hapgood was vacationing with his family in April when he says Kenny Mitchel tried to rob him. Mitchel died after a struggle, and Hapgood was charged with manslaughter. Errol Barnett reports.
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News video: Officials In Anguilla Preparing Arrest Warrant For Scott Hapgood

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Officials in Anguilla say they are preparing a warrant for the arrest of a Connecticut man who failed to appear for a pretrial hearing on a manslaughter charge.

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