Slain Willard couple missed by family, police investigating homicide

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Lisa Pini remembers a time when her son was about 14.

The boy didn’t come home after school, and Pini slowly began to panic. 

Pini called the school, drove by his friends’ houses. But there was no sign of her son. 

Frantic, Pini came back home, ready to call 911. But when she walked inside, she saw her son, Alexander Chute, standing at the kitchen sink.

Chute claimed he had told his mother about some plans he had after school, but for Pini (who remembers no such conversation) the near heart attack has stuck with her 14 years later — even if she couldn’t stay mad at him in the moment.

Slain Willard couple missed by family, police investigating homicide

“When you were having a bad day, he would find a way to make it better,” Pini said. “He was just loved by everybody.”

Now, Pini is facing the reality that Chute is never coming home again.

Police say Chute, 28, and his fiance Brianna Sproul, 30, were shot to death Saturday morning on the porch of a home near Mill Street and Main Street in Willard.

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