CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. (AP) -- A West Virginia man sentenced to life in prison in a West Virginia slaying now faces charges in a killing of a Maine man on a Pennsylvania interstate that state police say appeared to be a case of mistaken identity.Thirty-nine-ye
First, I would like to thank you all for your continued support. I hadn't planned on posting anything until the trial; however, after recent events I need to make a few things clear.
1. The reward offer is suspended.
2. The reward money was primarily funded by immediate family, except for $1,200. (Thank you once again!)
3. As noted on the justiceforasti.com site, any monies not rewarded have been earmarked for a scholarship fund In Asti's honor.
4. Until the trial is complete, we are unable to discuss the case and any/all parties who will receive reward money.
Please do not believe everything you read in the newspapers or hear in the media. We are still a grieving family and would like to rest a bit before enduring court proceedings.
Again, thank you for the outpouring of prayers, words of encouragement and concern for our family.
Theresa (Asti's Mom) ... See MoreSee Less
Asti's was relying on 911 to help him in his emergency. Tragically, the system failed him. (The following story does include part of Asti's call for those who are sensitive about hearing his last words.) Please contact your State Senators and ask them to do the upgrades! ... See MoreSee Less
Good news! The Pennsylvania State Police have identified the killer and will be having a news conference at 2:00 pm today. Rest easy that the killer is off the streets. I will post more when I can. Thank you all for your continued support and perseverance in not giving up. Our entire family thanks you! ... See MoreSee Less