Victim Bryce Finn was shot at his front door in 2017. Nicholas A. Mandato, 20, of Dagsboro, Thomas J. Warner, 21, of Selbyville, and Kenneth J. Pitts, 18, of Frankford under arrest.

The Delaware State Police Homicide Unit has arrested three suspects in a June 6, 2017, shooting incident that resulted in the death of Bryce Finn, an 18-year-old Haverhill, Massachusetts man.

Finn was shot and killed when he answered his front door at his Haverhill home, just days after graduating high school. The Essex District Attorney’s Office, Essex State Police Detective Unit and the Haverhill Police Department conducted an intensive investigation that ultimately yielded information about potential suspects in Delaware. Investigators reached out to the Delaware State Police Homicide Unit to coordinate the identification and apprehension of the suspects.

Nicholas A. Mandato, 20, of Dagsboro, was arrested on a warrant out of Haverhill District Court by the Delaware State Police Homicide Unit. He waived rendition and returned to Massachusetts on Wednesday, July 11.

Two additional suspects were arrested on Wednesday by the Delaware State Police Homicide Unit. Thomas J. Warner, 21, of Selbyville, turned himself in to Delaware State Police Troop 4 in Georgetown and Kenneth J. Pitts, 18, of Frankford, was arrested without incident in Bethany Beach. They are both in custody at the Sussex Correctional Institution in Georgetown. All three suspects were charged with fugitive-from-another-state for the homicide.