Friends remember Princetown couple tragically killed in homicide
A teenager accused of killing his mother and her boyfriend was due in court on Monday evening. Nicholas Fiebka faces a judge on murder charges.
Bill Horwedel and Alesia Wadsworth were shot to death Tuesday.
State police say the murders took place at the family’s home – 1155 Reynolds Road – in the tight-knit community of Princetown.
Meantime, folks at Briar Creek Golf Course, who knew the couple, are mourning the loss of two beloved customers.
The owner of the course and the proprietor of the 19th Hole Café — say Horwedel often took Wadsworth on dates at the café after a round of golf.
“Every time you see them, they’re up. They’re happy, ‘Hey, how you doing, good to see you’ and all that, and he just was always an upbeat guy. They had a wonderful family and all that, and it’s just, it’s a shame,” said Bill Sise, the owner of Briar Creek Golf Course.
“Just seeing his smiling face, and hers also. Nice to see them and just talk to them about business or his kids, who are everything to him, his two boys that I knew very well, the troopers,” said Paul Drago, the proprietor of the 19th Hole Café.
NewsChannel 13 was outside another home last week, where a source tells us Fiebka lived. It’s located at 40 Union Avenue, opposite Union College.
State police were on scene for hours, coming in and out of the home, taking photos and searching for evidence in protective suits.
NewsChannel 13 would normally have court documents that are public record from the arraignment explaining why authorities are charging Fiebka. However, we have been denied those documents so far.
The long holiday weekend may have complicated that, but we were told Monday we still couldn’t get the documents, despite repeated requests to the court, the sheriff’s office and the D.A.’s office.