The Utica man accused of killing three of his family members in January has rejected a plea offer from the Oneida County District Attorney's Office.

Paul Bumbolo was in court today, where his attorney filed motions for intent to offer psychiatric evidence. Meanwhile, the D-A's office is asking for a DNA sample from Bumbolo, which Public Defender Luke Nebush did not consent to.

Bumbolo will be back in court on June 1st for motions.

Details of the plea offer have not been disclosed.

Bumbolo is facing one count of first-degree murder and three counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of his adoptive mother, uncle and step sister at their Whitesboro Street home on January 7th..

He was deemed fit to stand trial in April after about two months in a psychiatric facility.


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