The Victims Of The Miami Murder-suicide Were Graduates Of New England Colleges

Meghan Moore and Sidney Capolino, former New England College hockey players, were identified as the two women who died in an apparent murder-suicide in Miami, Florida, this weekend.

According to police, the incident occurred Saturday night at a condominium complex in Southwest Miami-Dade.

According to Miami-Dade Police, Luis Napoles, 40, shot Moore, a 2017 Barnstable High School graduate, outside her residence.

According to investigators, Napoles shot Capolino inside the flat before shooting and killing himself.

Napoles and Moore appear to be dating, according to the police, and the three of them live together.


Moore and Capolino graduated in 2021 and 2022, respectively, according to a New England College representative. Both were members of the women’s hockey team.

New England College is near Henniker, New Hampshire, approximately 20 minutes from Concord.

Moore was a standout player on the Barnstable High School hockey team, according to the college. Capolino was a Pawling, New York, native.

“New England College is deeply saddened by the tragic loss of two recent graduates, Sidney Capolino ’22 and Meghan Moore ’21,” the college said in a statement. “Meghan and Sidney were well-known on campus, and we are thinking and praying for their families and friends during this difficult time. As the campus community contemplates the gravity of the situation, it is critical that we support and care for one another.”

Students had access to counselors at the college.

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