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What You Need to Know About Joseph Ferlazzo (Charged with Murdering Emily Ferlazzo)

Joseph Ferlazzo is a Northfield man who has been best know as the husband of 38-year old Emily, after he admitted to shooting and dismembering her on Wednesday. Police said they found blood throughout their Vermont vacation rental home where Joseph was arrested Monday evening following an extensive search for evidence related to murder charges against him in his wife’s death.”

How Old is Joseph Ferlazzo?

He is 41 years old.


“The allegation is that Mr. Ferlazzo got into an argument with his wife and shot her, killing her in Bolton. He left the body in the van for several days and that is where it was ultimately recovered by police,” Chittenden County State Attorney Sarah George.

Joseph Ferlazzo Investations

Joseph Ferlazzo, 41, of Northfield, New Hampshire, told investigators he killed 22-year-old Emily Ferlazzo, according to a police affidavit. He previously told family members she was missing.

Joseph Ferlazzo, 41, of Northfield, New Hampshire, is seen in this mug shot taken by the Vermont State Police at the St. Albans barracks on Tuesday night, Oct. 19, 2021. Photo courtesy of Vermont State Police

Police said Joseph Ferlazzo shot Emily Ferlazzo twice and then dismembered her body, leaving her remains in the camper, according to the affidavit.

Chittenden County State’s Attorney Sarah George said the evidence of guilt was great.

Police said there had been “a history of domestic violence within the relationship, and Emily has been seen with scratches and bruises.”

Joseph Ferlazzo told investigators Tuesday that he and his wife got into an argument inside their camper that got physical. Emily Ferlazzo later stopped hitting and kicking him, and she laid on a bed in the camper.

When police searched the camper, they found eight plastic bags that contained what appeared to be human remains. The remains were sent to the office of the Vermont chief medical examiner for autopsy. Police also located the weapon they believe was used to kill Emily Ferlazzo and the saw used to dismember her.

Emily Ferlazzo Missing

Police began searching for Emily Ferlazzo on Monday after her family reported her missing.

Police Authorities Statements

Detective Sgt. James Vooris filed an affidavit released Wednesday in support of the murder charge. It laid out new details police say Joseph Ferlazzo provided Tuesday when investigators questioned him about the killing.

Joseph Ferlazzo told police at the barracks that he and his wife arrived in Bolton between 7 and 8 p.m. Friday, Vooris wrote. Ferlazzo also said his sister had rented a room through Airbnb and was also staying at the resort with her boyfriend, according to the affidavit.

After visiting with his sister and her boyfriend, Joseph Ferlazzo told police, he and his wife were in the camper, arguing. He told police Emily Ferlazzo was lying on the bed when he grabbed his Glock handgun from inside a cabinet and “jumped on top of her,” shooting her twice in the head.

Joseph Ferlazzo said he placed a garbage bag over her head and moved her to the bathroom area of the bus, the affidavit stated. Hours later, on Saturday morning, Joseph Ferlazzo told police that he went with his sister and her boyfriend to get breakfast in Waterbury.

After eating breakfast, he said he returned to the camper, moving it from Bolton to a friend’s home on Meadowbrook Lane in St. Albans Town, according to the affidavit. There, Joseph Ferlazzo told police, he used a handsaw to dismember Emily Ferlazzo’s body, placing body parts in garbage bags in the camper.

Police, after obtaining a search warrant, said they found the garbage bags in the vehicle. Police said they also recovered a handsaw from behind the driver’s seat and a Glock handgun on the bed.

An autopsy performed Wednesday at the state’s Chief Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed the victim’s identity as Emily Ferlazzo. The cause of death was determined to be gunshot wounds to the head, with the manner of death ruled a homicide, Vermont State Police said in a release late Wednesday afternoon.

Emily Ferlazzo’s mother told police that Joseph Ferlazzo previously assaulted his wife, and she had seen scratches and bruises on their daughter after the assaults.

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