By Andy Thibault
WATERBURY — The hunt for Billy Smolinski’s body and his killer or killers has taken a new turn in recent days, with top law enforcement officials in several agencies promising to coordinate resources and follow up missed leads.
One department is starting from scratch, just to get it right this time.
Len Boyle, the deputy chief state’s attorney — and former state police commissioner and federal prosecutor — told the Register today his office is working the case with Waterbury police, the state police Western District Major Crime Squad, the FBI and other municipal departments. That’s all Boyle would say on the record.
However, Boyle told a concerned citizen on Tuesday that Supervisory Inspector Michael Sullivan of his office is coordinating the probe and that Waterbury Police Chief Michael Gugliotti has assigned two detectives to the case.
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