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Mar 23, 2016 8:11 PM

UPDATE: Two others indicted in murder of Manchester's Michael Pittman


MANCHESTER - Three suspects accused of shooting and killing Michael Pittman on Granite Street in November last year have been indicted by a grand jury.

In addition to Michael Younge, previously reported as indicted, his alleged co-conspirators, Adrien Stillwell, 21, and Nathaniel Smith, 46, were indicted on identical charges of first- and second-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder.

The indictments allege that Younge, Stillwell and Smith were asked by another man, Paulson Papillon, to kill Pittman.

The trio are accused of arming themselves and meeting at the 7-Eleven at 86 S. Main St. before walking to 472 Granite St. where Pittman was shot on Nov. 3. After the shooting, they are accused of discarding the gun in a parking lot next to 244 Douglass St.

Pittman, 37, was shot in the torso outside his home.

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