Third suspect arrested in murder of Stamford man
A third man has been arrested in the murder of Stamford resident Joseph Comunale.
Max Gemma, 29, of Oceanport, New Jersey, was taken into custody Tuesday.
He is charged with hindering prosecution and tampering with physical evidence.
As News 12 reported, Comunale was stabbed to death last month and then buried in New Jersey.
Lawrence Dillione and another man, James Rackover, are also facing charges in Comunale's death.