Man accused of killing family for inheritance granted funds

Nathan Carman speaks to reporters_363617

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Vermont man accused by relatives of killing his millionaire grandfather and mother for the inheritance money has been granted access to at least $125,000 from a trust fund so he can pay legal and credit card bills.

The Hartford Courant reports a Connecticut judge Thursday approved giving the money to Nathan Carman.

Carman, of Vernon, Vermont, denies allegations by three aunts that he fatally shot his grandfather in Windsor, Connecticut, in 2013, and was responsible for his mother’s presumed death in 2016, when she disappeared during their ocean fishing trip. No arrests were made in either case.

Carman says he needs money from the trust fund created by his grandfather to hire a lawyer in New Hampshire, where his aunts are suing to prevent him from inheriting any money.

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


Download Mobile Apps from WPRI 12
DOWNLOAD APPS NOW: Apple App Store | Google Play Store

12 on 12 - Cold Case Cards: All In

More Cold Case Cards All In

Dan Yorke State of Mind: Dan's Daily Update

DYSOM 1/14/2021: Richard Arenberg, Interim Director of the Taubman Center, Brown University

More Dan Yorke State of Mind

Don't Miss

Viewer Pa on


More Live Cams

Community Events & Happenings

More Community