DOVER, Del. - Federal authorities have laid out their reasons for wanting to revoke the probation of a former Delaware optometrist whose father shot and killed his ex-daughter-in-law and another woman before taking his own life.
Officials filed court documents Tuesday outlining several alleged probation violations by David Matusiewicz, who was sentenced to four years in prison in 2009 after kidnapping his three daughters and taking them to Central America. They include violating restrictions against being around guns or ammunition, and not truthfully disclosing his whereabouts and activities.
A probation hearing for Matusiewicz is set for Thursday.
Matusiewicz's ex-wife, Christine Belford, and a friend, Laura Mulford, were killed by Matusiewicz's father, Thomas, at the New Castle County Courthouse on Feb. 11. Thomas Matusiewicz then exchanged gunfire with police before taking his own life.
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