Matt Dwyer WTIC RADIO Farmington, CT
Pedro Miranda is scheduled to appear in Hartford Superior Court Tuesday morning.
Miranda is charged with murdering three teenage girls in Hartford in the late 1980's.
He was found recently through the use of DNA testing.
Another man had been convicted in one of the killings, and spent two decades in prison. But lawyers for the Innocence Project recently asked for new DNA tests on behalf of that man, Miguel Roman, as they were attempting to clear his name.
Samples from a crime scene did NOT match Roman, but they DID match another man who was in the law enforcement database -- Miranda.
Miranda has been held on 7.5-million dollars bond since his arrest in December.