A police report says an unemployed doctor accused of killing a Yale University doctor was found with information on two other people and 1,000 rounds of ammunition when he was arrested.
Forty-four-year-old Lishan Wang was arraigned Tuesday in the fatal shooting of a former colleague who had worked with him at a New York City hospital where the Chinese citizen from Beijing had been dismissed. Vajinder Toor was killed Monday outside his Branford home.
The police report released Tuesday says printouts on two other people directly involved in Wang’s dismissal were found in his van. The names were not disclosed.
Branford Police Lt. Geoffrey Morgan tells The Associated Press he does not know what Wang intended to do with the information.
Wang did not enter a plea Tuesday. He is held on $2 million bail.