While Sobieraski and Mc Kenna said that they didn't know much about Kingston, Cohan said that she spent the summer between her sophomore and junior years of college hanging out with Annese, Kingston and a third friend from Rochester. "I honestly never thought a bad thing about him and that just made the whole thing that much more confusing." Andrew W.
Chanler, Geneseo Fire Chief, pauses while talking about the Matthew Hutchinson, a volunteer at the fire house.
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Unlike Barnes' story, where signs of abuse were present during the relationship, the story of Kelsey Annese, or at least what is known of it, was seemingly different.The assailant was identified as Colin Kingston, 24, of Geneseo.According to police, Kingston, who had a three-year relationship with Annese , brought a "large knife" to the home and confronted Annese and Hutchinson. Colin Kingston then turned the knife on himself suffering fatal self inflicted stab wounds. Bonfiglio, Vice President of SUNY Geneseo and Denise A.Dana Cohan, Allison Mc Kenna and Lea Sobieraski were teammates, friends and co-captains of the Geneseo women's basketball team with Annese. Neither was home the night she was murdered."When you think of an unhealthy relationship, you think of situations where if the two aren't always together, then one person gets mad, but they weren't like that," said Cohan. They'd do homework or make dinner, but if you didn't know her you might not even realize that she had a boyfriend."Like Annese, Cohan grew up in Rochester.She said that the two didn't become friends until their time at Geneseo, where they both played basketball and attended school, but that she had known who Annese was from their youth sports careers."I would always hate playing against her because she had the longest arms," Cohan said with a laugh.