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Florida doctor arrested in connection to 2019 fatal shooting of delivery truck driver in Vermont

Source: Jozsef Piri; MEGA

Dec. 17 2021, Published 11:11 a.m. ET

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A Florida doctor is accused of murdering a truck driver in Vermont over two years ago, police said.

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On Dec. 16, Vermont State Police worked with Collier County deputies in Florida to apprehend Jozsef Piri, 49, on a second-degree murder arrest warrant, WZVN-TV reported.

According to the Vermont State Police, Piri, a certified doctor at Physician’s Regional in Naples, is suspected of fatally shooting 44-year-old Boston truck driver Roberto Fonseca-Rivera on Nov. 1, 2019.

The victim suffered a gunshot wound to the head and neck and his body was reportedly found in his Katsiroubas Produce delivery truck on a road in Rockingham, Vermont.

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Detectives investigating the shooting scoured surveillance video, GPS data and other evidence. They learned Piri, who lived in Connecticut at the time and was returning home from a property he owned in Londonderry, Vermont, was allegedly driving a silver 2018 Toyota Tundra that was spotted near Fonseca-Rivera's truck the day of the murder.

According to police, Piri, who did not know Fonseca-Rivera, was allegedly driving his vehicle in front of the victim’s truck shortly before the incident occurred.

Piri is expected to be extradited from Florida to Vermont.


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