New London stabbing victim's memorial
Seann Kearney, left, of New Haven, and Lindsay Campbell, right, listen to a speaker during a vigil in front of Two Wives Pizza in New London on Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010 for Matthew Chew, a New London resident who was fatally stabbed on Friday night.
Evidence markers line the sidewalk on Huntington Street as New London Police shut down the southern end of Huntington Street between Jay and Washington Streets Saturday morning Oct. 30, 2010, as they continue to investigate a stabbing that occurred on Huntington Street late Friday night.
Men hug after attending the celebration of life service for homicide victim Matthew Chew at All Souls Unitarian Universalist congregation in New London Nov. 5, 2010.
An undated submitted photo of murder victim Matthew Chew.
Sebastian Coppotelli works lunch rush in the kitchen at 2 Wives Brick Oven Pizza in New London Tuesday Nov. 30, 2010 where a photo of Matt Chew hangs on the wall in Chew's memory.
From front left, Felicia Rejniak, of North Andover, Mass., Bryna Kearney, of New Haven, Seann Kearney, of New Haven, and Shane Correiu, of Norwich, hold candles before the start of a vigil in front of Two Wives Pizza in New London on Saturday, October 30, 2010 for Matthew Chew, a New London resident who was fatally stabbed on Friday night.
New London Police said Matthew Chew was fatally stabbed October 29 after leaving work at 2Wives restaurant at 45 Huntington St. and walking toward his apartment, less than a tenth of a mile away, at 73 Washington St.