A Massachusetts man whose wife and three children were found dead in the family home earlier this year has been arrested for allegedly causing a disturbance at a local pizza shop.
The Telegram & Gazette reports that according to court documents, Moses Bermudez shouted at staff at the shop near his West Brookfield home Sunday and made sexually suggestive comments to a female employee.
He was released Monday after not guilty pleas to disturbing the peace and disorderly conduct were entered on his behalf.
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A phone number could not be located for Bermudez.
Bermudez's wife and children ages 8, 6, and 2 were found slain March 1 while Bermudez was out of state.
No one has been charged with the slayings. A relative has been charged with lying to investigators.