Family of Norwalk shooting victim relieved by arrests

NORWALK - The family of a man fatally shot while working at a South Norwalk gas station in Oct. 2009 says it is relieved that police have arrested two suspects.

According to police, Jose Juaquin Morales was killed when two men robbed the store and shot him as they were leaving. Morales' family members spoke exclusively with News 12 Connecticut and say they are starting to get some peace.

Officials say 22-year-old Alain LeConte and 24-year-old Mustafa Jacobs are due in court in Norwalk tomorrow. Much of the Morales family says they will be there too.

Police make arrests in Norwalk gas station murder

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