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Man accused of robbing Stratford graveyard appears in court

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Man accused of robbing Stratford graveyard appears in court Man accused of robbing Stratford graveyard appears in court
STRATFORD -

The Bronx man accused of robbing a Stratford graveyard back in June 2016 appeared in a Bridgeport court today.

Aneudy Davila, 36, allegedly stole human remains from 18 graves from the cemetery in Stratford.

According to police, Davila and his girlfriend used the remains to perform religious rituals.

Aneudy applied for a public defender, and was granted one today in court.

He is currently out on bond but has been ordered to stay out of that cemetery.

His next court date will be Oct. 18.

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