Darien man Scott Hapgood speaks at Town Hall in Darien, Conn. Monday, Oct. 28, 2019 as U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and the town show support for him in his manslaughter charge from a family vacation in Anguilla. Tyler Sizemore/Hearst Connecticut Media via AP
The Connecticut banker accused of killing a hotel staffer at a five-star Anguilla resort could be ordered extradited back to the Caribbean island to face manslaughter charges, the isle’s attorney general said.
Gavin Scott Hapgood, 47, of Darien may face an extradition order after a court in the British territory ruled last week that a magistrate could continue to investigate whether to proceed with manslaughter charges in the death of resort worker Kenny Mitchel, 27, the Stamford Advocate reported.
“If the court finds sufficient evidence and commits Hapgood to stand trial for the offense, the Attorney General may indict him and engage an extradition process,” Anguillan Attorney