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A TEACHER was stabbed to death by her ex-lover in her home after she alerted police to his “thousands” of text messages.

Although the crime took place four years ago, the ex-boyfriend was found guilty on Friday of murdering the teacher.

39-year-old Cornel Myers (pictured) fatally stabbed his ex-girlfriend in 2018


39-year-old Cornel Myers (pictured) fatally stabbed his ex-girlfriend in 2018Credit: Middletown Police
His ex-girlfriend alerted police to his 'thousands' of text messages he sent her before she was stabbed to death in her flat


His ex-girlfriend alerted police to his ‘thousands’ of text messages he sent her before she was stabbed to death in her flatCredit: FOX61

On September 8, 2018, 39-year-old Cornel Myers fatally stabbed his ex-girlfriend, 29-year-old Danielle Fasciocca.

Fasciocco was in her apartment in Middletown, Connecticut, when Myers “savagely attacked her with a knife,” said Middlesex State’s Attorney Michael A. Gailor.

During Myer’s trial, it was revealed that he entered her home at around 10.20pm on September 7 of that year.

The teacher’s throat was slashed and she had several other cuts and stab wounds to her body, according to officials.

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Police arrived at the bloody scene around 3:30 a.m. the next day after Myers’ report.

He told officers he found a bloodied Fasciocca in her bedroom and then called 911, according to official documents.

Fasciocca was found in a “kneeling position” on the floor with her upper body resting on the bed and her back to the door, police said.

Myers had dried blood on his clothes and body, which officers confirmed.

Police found two bloodied knives, one in the bedroom on the bed next to Fasciocco and the other in the trash can with the tip broken off.

Police say one of the knives matched the brand of the knife found in Myers’ home.

According to official documents, blood was also discovered in the kitchen.

Myers was detained at the scene of the crime and later arrested.


Fasciocco, who was a teacher at Hartford’s Betances STEM Magnet School, reportedly broke up with Myers weeks before her murder.

Three weeks before her untimely death, she alerted police that she had received “thousands” of text messages from Myers.

The teacher told the police that she no longer wanted to have contact with her ex-boyfriend.

At one point, Fasciocco told friends she was considering filing a restraining order against her ex-lover, according to court documents.

Police said at the time that the Myers were told to stay away from Fasciocco and her home.

According to the state prosecutor’s office, Fasciocco repeatedly told her ex-boyfriend to leave her alone in the days before the murder.


Myers told police he wanted to visit Fasciocca at 3 a.m., so he went to her apartment and unlocked the door with a key he had.

At the scene, police found Fasciocco’s door slightly open and the latch “extended” so it couldn’t be closed, which officers said indicated there was no forced entry.

Fasciocco’s ex-boyfriend has denied any wrongdoing.

Myers said he thought Fasciocco was drunk when he saw her in the position she was found in, and when he tried to pick her up, she felt “stiff and heavy,” according to official documents.

Investigators also found a handwritten note on the coffee table in the living room that read, “I didn’t do this anymore. [two people’s names] you are the reason for this.”

“You’re the cause of this… I hope you’re happy now madam because the reason I’m doing this, I’m writing this so you know everyone will really think I killed her. ‘n be with myself.’”

Myers said he wrote the message “because he didn’t think he was going to be able to explain himself” and thought he was “going to get in trouble for what happened to the victim because of the circumstances,” official documents revealed.

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Myers was charged with murder, first-degree burglary and first-degree burglary.

However, he was only convicted of murder.


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