Man Accused of Killing Yale Doc to Give DNA Sample

NEW HAVEN, Connecticut -- An unemployed Chinese-born doctor charged with fatally shooting a Yale University physician has been ordered to give authorities a DNA sample.

New Haven Superior Court Judge Roland Fasano granted the request Tuesday by prosecutors to take the saliva sample from Lishan Wang.

The 44-year-old Wang is accused of killing Vajinder Toor, who was born in India, on April 26 outside Toor's home in Branford. Police say he also fired at Toor's pregnant wife but missed.
Wang hasn't entered a plea.

Police say Wang told them he had been accused of threatening Toor and poking him in the eye when they worked together at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in New York.
A history of confrontations with Toor and other colleagues at Kingsbrook led to Wang's dismissal two years ago.