Oxford man accused of murder appears in court

The Oxford man who allegedly killed his wife and wounded his mother-in-law is due in court today in Milford. Scott Gellatly is charged with murder

Scott Gellatly allegedly killed his wife Lori and

Scott Gellatly allegedly killed his wife Lori and wounded his mother-in-law.

MILFORD - The Oxford man who allegedly gunned down his wife went before a judge earlier today.

Scott Gellatly is accused of shooting estranged wife Lori Gellatly to death and critically wounding her mother while the couple's children were in the home. His case was moved from Derby to the Milford courthouse.

Those who know Gellatly say they were completely surprised by what happened.

Lori Gellatly's family said they did not want to discuss the case and are asking for privacy.

The judge ordered that Gellatly have no contact with his children and kept his bond at $2 million. Gellatly is set to return to court on June 3.

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