Testimony heard in Stamford woman's murder trial

STAMFORD - The trial against a woman accused of fatally stabbing her co-worker in Stamford continued today, with several witnesses taking the stand. Sheila Davalloo is accused of killing Anna Lisa Raymundo at her condo in 2002 in a spat over a mutual male friend. That man, Nelson Sessler, testified that he and Davalloo were no longer romantically involved when he was living with Raymundo. Davalloo, who is representing herself without a lawyer, also questioned her ex-husband. She is currently serving a 25-year sentence for attempting to kill him.

Suspect in 2002 Stamford murder faces judge

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