SHELTON, Conn. — The suspect in last month's failed Times Square bombing is slated to lose his Connecticut home to foreclosure under a court order.
A notice of judgment filed Tuesday in Milford Superior Court orders Faisal Shahzad (FY'-sul shah-ZAHD') to repay more than $200,000 to Chase Home Finance LLC on his Shelton home by July 31 or lose it to foreclosure.
Shahzad is in federal custody on terrorism charges for allegedly trying to set off a car bomb in New York on May 1.
The Connecticut Post reported the foreclosure judgment Wednesday. The paper says he also owes delinquent taxes and possibly part of a second mortgage.
He stopped making mortgage payments in June 2009. That's around the time he left for Pakistan in what federal authorities said was a trip to a terrorism training camp.