A Hartford man on trial charged with the triple slayings of a husband, wife and their child in Griswold in December 2017 has been sentenced to life in prison.
There will be no chance of Sergio Correa, 30, getting out of prison.
The judge said he was speechless about the brutality and cruelty of Correa’s acts of violence.
Correa was accused of killing three members of the Lindquist family: Kenneth, Janet and their son Matthew, burning down their house and car, and robbing the family home.
In December, he was found guilty on 13 of 14 counts, according to the court clerk’s office.
Correa was charged with one count of murder with special circumstances, three counts of murder, one count of murder in the commission of an arson, three counts of murder in the commission of a felony, arson, breaking and entering, abode and robbery
Ruth Correa, Sergio’s sister, will be sentenced later. Ruth previously entered into a plea deal with the state. She agreed to testify at her brother’s trial.
In exchange, the court will recommend a sentence of 40 years for three counts of felony murder.