October 5, 2018
It’s quite ironic that, in getting murdered by a negro, this female teacher probably taught the school children more about the real world than her (presumably liberal) classes ever did.
Police and court officials have said they cannot release the name of the Middletown woman killed Sept. 8 because of a state statute that requires them to protect the names of victims of other crimes.
While officials are not releasing the name, a combination of public records and other sources point to the likely victim as Danielle Fasciocco, a fifth-grade teacher at the Betances STEM Magnet School in Hartford.
Those records include motions to seal search warrants and arrest warrants on file in Superior Court, a medical examiner’s statement and a death certificate on file at city hall.
Fasciocco, 29, had been a teacher at the school since 2012, the Hartford school system said in a statement Wednesday afternoon.
“We are heartbroken by the loss of a devoted Hartford Public Schools staff member, 5th grade teacher at Betances STEM, Ms. Danielle Fasciocco. She has been a valued member of the HPS team since 2012 and she will be missed. We offer our condolences to her family, friends, colleagues, students, and the entire school community at this difficult time,” the statement said.
Hartford Public Schools Spokesman John Fergus said the school sent a letter home with students on Wednesday to tell parents about Fasciocco’s death.
Details of the Middletown police case against Cornel Myers, 35, would be outlined in the affidavit.
Myers is charged with murder, first-degree burglary and first-degree trespassing, police said. He appeared in Superior Court in Middletown briefly Tuesday where the judge scheduled a probable cause hearing in his case for Oct. 31.