Caius Domitius Veiovis

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Caius Domitius Veiovis Served Time In Maine

Sept 2011

AUGUSTA, Maine -- One of three men charged in connection with the killings of three men in western Massachusetts served time in Maine after an assault in which he drank the victim's blood.

Caius Domitius Veiovis served almost 7 1/2 years at the Maine State Prison in Warren for charges including elevated aggravated assault after he and his 16-year-old girlfriend cut a teenager's back with a razor and drank her blood while they kissed. The 1999 injury required more than 30 stitches.

Jody Breton, associate commissioner for the Maine Department of Corrections, says Veiovis was known as Roy Gutfinski at the time and that he changed his name in July of 2008. She said he was released from prison in April of 2010.

He's now one of three men charged in connection with the deaths of three men in the town of Pittsfield, Mass.

In his 1999 mugshot, he had horns implanted and 666 tattooed on his forehead.

In his current mugshot, both remain but he has more tattoos on his face.