Man convicted in Chew murder gets another six months
One of the six men convicted for his role in the 2010 slaying of 25-year-old Matthew Chew in New London started another six-month prison sentence on Monday.
Tyree Bundy, 29, pleaded guilty in November to the charge of breach of peace and admitted violating his probation. He had completed an eight-year prison sentence for his manslaughter conviction in the Chew murder and was still on probation when he and another man were arrested in 2021 for allegedly assaulting and threatening to shoot his mother’s ex-boyfriend.
New London Superior Court Judge Hillary Strackbein, in November, agreed to sentence Bundy to six months in prison if he continued to abide by terms of his probation.
Bundy was one of three men who received eight-year sentences in Chew’s stabbing death. Two others received 15-year sentences and one a 35-year sentence.