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Keivan Heath murder 3/29/2016 Lynnfield, MA *Shot to death at college reunion*

Lynnfield home

Man Shot Dead In Rented Multi-Million Dollar Lynnfield Home
Man dead after late night house party in Lynnfield
Man killed at multimillion-dollar party home in Lynnfield
Randolph man shot to death in Lynnfield
Fatal shooting after party at $3.3M mansion, rented online
Police probe house party 
slaying at rented mansion
Police search for gunman in Massachusetts mansion killing

Monsters Among Us: Edwin J. Alemany killed Amy Lord and then attacked 2 others during a day long frenzy; Sentenced to LWOP

Amy Lord
Amy Lord

Amy Lord timeline
Wilbraham ‘Sparkle’ Park Built In Memory Of Amy Lord
Jurors hear graphic testimony about Amy Lord’s murder, as Edwin Alemany returns to court after suicide attempt
Edwin Alemany, charged in Amy Lord murder, will plead insanity
Alemany guilty of first-degree murder, kidnapping
Edwin Alemany Found Guilty Of Kidnapping, Murdering Amy Lord
Amy Lord’s Family Describes ‘Unimaginable’ Loss At Killer’s Sentencing
June 9, 2015 10:41 AM

Edwin Alemany sentenced to life in prison for killing Amy Lord
Edwin Alemany sentenced to life without parole in Amy Lord murder
Alemany gets life in prison; ‘Never be closure’ victim’s mom says

See No Evil: Watching Amy Lord
Impact of Murder: I Speak For Amy


Edwin Alemany

Custody Status: In Custody
Location: MCI Cedar Junction (Maximum Security)
MCI Cedar Junction (Maximum Security)
Address 1: Route 1A
Address 2: P.O. Box 100
City: South Walpole
State/Province: MA
Zip Code: 02071
Phone: (508) 660-8000

Contact Facility: Massachusetts Department of Corrections
Address 1: 50 Maple Street, Suite 3
Address 2:
City: Milford
State/Province: MA
Zip Code: 01757
County: DOC

Murder In The Family: Aris Manoloules was killed by Robert Upton and his nephew, Christopher Manoloules; Brother, Treefon Manoloules, was acquitted

remembering the victims

Aris E. Manoloules obituary
Alleged murder plot detailed
Car salesman: Upton texted him regarding debt night of slaying
Prosecutor: Brother Masterminded Murder Plot
Son says his father plotted Cape Cod murder
Christopher Manoloules convicted of manslaughter
Southborough man pleads guilty to manslaughter
Robert Upton convicted of murder in 2009 Hyannis slaying
Robert Upton gets life for 2009 murder of Aris Manoloules
Nephew pleads guilty in 2009 Hyannis killing
Southboro man pleads guilty to manslaughter
Manoloules sister: Brother won’t repay loan for defense

Blood Relatives: It’s Your Funeral

Treefon Manoloues
Treefon Manoloules

Robert Upton – convicted, sentenced to life in prison
Treefon Manoloules – acquitted
Christopher Manoloules – pled guilty to manslaughter, sentenced to 12-15 years in prison


Robert Upton

Offender Name: ROBERT L UPTON
Offender ID:W101943
Date of Birth:
Gender: Male
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:Souza Baranowski Correctional (Maximum Security)


Christopher Manoloules

Offender ID:W102699
Date of Birth:
Gender: Male

Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:NCCI Gardner (Medium Security)

Update: Odin Lloyd murder *Aaron Michael Hernandez convicted of his murder, sentenced to LWOP*

Odin Lloyd

News Archive: Odin Lloyd murder
Don’t let Aaron Hernandez’s fame overshadow Odin Lloyd’s life
Girlfriend of Hernandez wants perjury charge dropped in murder case
Carlos Ortiz: Aaron Hernandez put guns in basement
Witness changes key part of story
Hernandez’s girlfriend lied at least 29 times, prosecutors say
Judge’s decisions ‘made verdict strong’ in Aaron Hernandez trial
Aaron Hernandez guilty of murder in death of Odin Lloyd
Ex-Patriots Star Aaron Hernandez Convicted Of 1st-Degree Murder
Aaron Hernandez Guilty of First-Degree Murder, Sentenced to Life in Prison
Sheriff: Aaron Hernandez exhibits some ‘sociopathic issues’
The Arrogance of Aaron Hernandez
Aaron Hernandez jury: ‘Emotional toll on all of us’
Murder of Odin Lloyd
Wikipedia: Aaron Hernandez
Aaron Hernandez’s fall from NFL stardom with New England Patriots ends in a jail cell after guilty verdict
After Conviction, Aaron Hernandez To Face Boston Double Murder Charges Next
Everything we learned from the Aaron Hernandez murder verdict (updated)


Aaron Hernandez

Offender ID:W106228
Date of Birth:
Gender: Male
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender: Souza Baranowski Correctional (Maximum Security)

Serial Killer: The Boston Strangler – Was Albert DeSalvo really the notorious serial killer that terrorized the women of Boston?

Anna E. Šlesers, 55, sexually assaulted with unknown object and strangled with the belt on her bathrobe; found on June 14, 1962 in her third-floor apartment at 77 Gainsborough St., Back Bay, Boston
Mary Mullen, 85, died from a heart attack, but in the confession was said to have collapsed as DeSalvo grabbed her; found on June 28, 1962 in her apartment at 1435 Commonwealth Ave., Boston (no picture)
Nina Nichols, 68, sexually assaulted and strangled with her nylon stockings; found on June 30, 1962 in her home at 1940 Commonwealth Ave., Boston
Helen Blake, 65, sexually assaulted and strangled with her nylon stockings; found on June 30, 1962 in her home at 73 Newhall St., Lynn, Massachusetts
Ida Irga, 75, sexually assaulted and strangled; found on August 19, 1962 in her apartment at 7 Grove Street, Beacon Hill, Boston
Jane Sullivan, 67, sexually assaulted and strangled with her nylon stockings; found on August 21, 1962 in her home at 435 Columbia Road, Dorchester, Boston
Sophie Clark, 20, sexually assaulted and strangled with her nylon stockings; found on December 5, 1962 in her apartment at 315 Huntington Ave., Back Bay, Boston
Patricia Bissette, 23, strangled with her nylon stockings; found on December 31, 1962 in her home at 515 Park Drive, Back Bay, Boston
Mary Brown, 69, raped, strangled, beaten, and stabbed; found on March 6, 1963 in her apartment at 319 Park Ave., Lawrence, Massachusetts (no picture)
Beverly Samans, 23, stabbed to death; found on May 6, 1963 in her home at 4 University Road in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Evelyn Corbin, 58, raped and strangled with her nylon stockings; found on September 8, 1963 in her home at 224 Lafayette St., Salem, Massachusetts
Joann Graff, 23, strangled with her nylon stockings; found on November 23, 1963 in her apartment at 54 Essex St., Lawrence, Massachusetts
Mary Sullivan, 19, sexually assaulted and strangled with nylon stockings; found on January 4, 1964 in her apartment at 44-A Charles St., Boston

Albert DeSalvo was never tried or convicted of the Boston Strangler. He was in prison for rape when he was stabbed to death by other inmates.

Find-A-Grave: Anna E. Slesers
Find-A-Grave: Nina G. Nichols
Find-A-Grave: Helen Blake
Find-A-Grave: Ida Irga
Find-A-Grave: Jane Sullivan
Find-A-Grave: Sophie Clark
Find-A-Grave: Patricia Bissette
Find-A-Grave: Beverly Samans
Find-A-Grave: Marie Evelina “Evelyn” Poirier Corbin
Find-A-Grave: Joann Marie Graff
Find-A-Grave: Mary Anne Sullivan
Victims of the Boston Strangler
DeSalvo Still at Large; Police in Area Alerted
DeSalvo Surrenders Without a Struggle
Boston Strangler Caught, Ending Huge Manhunt
Albert DeSalvo is ‘Boston Strangler’
Tests begin to prove accused Boston Strangler innocent
DeSalvo may not have been Boston Strangler
Relatives: Prosecuters need to reopen Boston Strangler case
crimelibrary: The Boston Strangler
The Boston Strangler
Boston Strangler Case Solved 50 Years Later
Lab: Confessed Boston Strangler’s DNA on slain woman’s body
A half-century later, questions cloud Boston Strangler case
Crime Museum: The Boston Strangler
Murderpedia: Albert Henry DeSalvo
Wikipedia: Boston Strangler
Wikipedia: Albert DeSalvo

The Boston Strangler
The Boston Stranglers: The Public Conviction of Albert Desalvo and the True Story of Eleven Shocking Murders
A Rose for Mary: The Hunt for the Real Boston Strangler

The Boston Strangler: The Hunt for a Killer
Biography: Albert DeSalvo
The Boston Strangler (movie)
The Boston Strangler (movie)
Boston Strangler: The Untold Story (movie)
ID Films: Confessions of the Boston Strangler

Albert DeSalvo
Albert DeSalvo

Psycho For Love: Nathaniel Fujita killed Lauren Astley, sentenced to LWOP

Dating Violence

Lauren Astley
Lauren Astley

Lauren D. Astley obituary
R.I.P Lauren Astley
Lauren Dunne Astley Memorial Fund
Lauren Astley’s legacy is friendship
48 Hours: Father of murder victim Lauren Astley promotes “breakup violence” awareness
Chilling Details Emerge in Lauren Astley’s Killing
Prosecution’s Timeline of Events in Wayland Murder
Mother of Wayland victim describes a disturbing scene
Nathaniel Fujita found guilty in Wayland murder
Blaming football in Lauren Astley’s killing
Nate Fujita Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder Of Lauren Astley
Loved To Death

48 Hours: Loved To Death


Nate Fujita

Offender ID:W102218
Date of Birth:
Gender: Male
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:County Federal Interstate (Medium Security)

Martha Brailsford murder 7/12/1991 Salem, MA *Thomas Maimoni convicted of her murder, sentenced to life in prison*

From Maimoni’s appeal: Brian Brailsford, captain for a cruise company that ran between Boston and Provincetown, arrived at his house in the Willows, a peninsular section of Salem, after dark, Friday July 12, 1991. His wife Martha was not there, and the house gave evidence that she had not been at home for some hours — her artwork had not been brought in from outdoors. Brian waited and became alarmed. At 1 A.M., Saturday, he called the Salem police but was told to stay put. He began walking the neighborhood by flashlight, and made a second tour at dawn. Recalling that Martha had had some early morning walks with Thomas Maimoni (the defendant), Brian went at 7 A.M. to the defendant’s nearby apartment and, finding no one there, went to the Palmer’s Cove Yacht Club, where he saw the defendant’s “Cal” twenty-eight foot sailboat “Counterpoint” in its slip, but the defendant was not on hand. Finally, around 8 A.M., he found the defendant at the apartment.

Brian introduced himself as Martha’s husband and said Martha was missing. He said he understood the defendant had walked with her the previous morning. The defendant said that was so, but she had parted from him and walked on with friends. Brian asked whether Martha had sailed with him. The defendant said no, he had not sailed at all on Friday, he would not sail alone with Martha but would invite Brian to come along and might bring a girlfriend on his own. He said he would pray for Martha.

Salem Detective Conrad Prosniewski interviewed the defendant later that Saturday morning. The defendant said he had last seen Martha at 7 A.M. Friday, had not sailed with her, and wouldn’t sail alone with her because he was married and it wouldn’t look good.

The police soon established that Martha had boarded Counterpoint around 1 P.M. Friday at Willows pier.

The defendant was away in Rhode Island during the weekend. On Monday, July 15, Prosniewski got in touch with the defendant and that evening the defendant met with that officer and Detective Urbanowicz. They gave him his Miranda warnings. Prosniewski said, if the defendant wanted to say Martha didn’t get on the boat at Willows pier, he could just walk out; if he wanted to tell the truth, he could sit down and tell it. The defendant after a pause said, “She was supposed to bring her husband.” He said Martha was to meet him on the boat at 1 P.M. at Willows pier to talk about her resume; he brought the boat from Palmer’s Cove to Willows pier, but it was crowded and he could not tie up; so Martha had just jumped aboard, and he motored the short distance to a landing at Winter Island (part of Willows), where she went ashore at a place on her regular walking route. He had gone on and moored near the Yacht Club. He had been at the Club until 6 P.M. when he went home.

The police through the harbormaster attempted to find people who had been at the Winter Island landing at the assumed time, and on Tuesday afternoon, July 16, Prosniewski reached Dr. Ronald Plotka, a dentist, who as it happened had had Martha as a patient over the past ten years. Plotka said he had been at the landing from noon to 2 P.M. and had not seen Martha.

At this stage, the State police were notified for assistance. Prosniewski invited the defendant to come in for another interview and he arrived at the station accompanied by his father-in-law, Charles Stochl. State Trooper Mark Lynch was also in attendance. The defendant repeated in effect his previous story. With Stochl out of the room, the officers mentioned Dr. Plotka, and told the defendant flatly they didn’t believe the story he was telling them.

Now the defendant offered a third version of the events of Friday. He said he had sailed with Martha as far out as Gloucester. It was approaching sunset. Starting to jibe for the trip back to Salem, he powered and brought down the mainsail. The headsail became fouled. Martha was trying to help. Then a rogue wave or two struck. Her face hit the mast. She grabbed for the headsail and went overboard. [Note 1] She was down and drowned before he could spot her. He “froze” and didn’t call the Coast Guard. The defendant marked on a chart for the police the place where Martha had drowned; it was about nine miles from Children’s Island (also called Cat Island). He said he would take the police to the spot. He regretted not telling the story earlier: he feared that Patricia, his wife — who was in Kansas visiting her mother — would find out about his having a woman aboard.

The police deferred motoring to the designated location.

On Thursday about noon, the defendant and his wife, who had flown in from her Kansas visit, were in Beverly with friends, the McCarthys. The four heard the news report that a body had been found. The defendant said he was going to see his lawyer and drove off alone. The following Saturday, July 20, he was arrested in northern Maine near the Canadian border for breaking into a cabin. A backpack of camping goods was found in the car together with maps and a compass. He had left his wedding ring with a note indicating how Patricia could be reached.

Early that Thursday morning William Hooper Goodwin began bringing up his lobster traps near the southeast end of Children’s Island. As the last trap in one line of traps came to the surface, Goodwin saw an anchor tangled into the trap. Trailing from the anchor was a twelve-foot rope tied by knots to the ankle of a body, naked, so scavenged as to amount almost to a skeleton. A buckled diver’s weight belt was around the figure between the pelvic bones and the rib cage. The remains were identified as Martha’s.

Martha had had excellent (“perfect”) teeth as of Plotka’s examination three months before the death. Postmortem examination showed a chip on the inside surface of a lower left molar, an injury that the person would feel immediately, also a loosened lower left front tooth. There was professional testimony that the fracture of the molar was caused by a force from below the jaw and the loosening of the front tooth by a direct force or a force from below the chin. The head top and front, had suffered three impacts, the most serious on the top of the forehead (with bleeding under the scalp) was probably inflicted shortly before death. The two other injuries involved little force. None of the three could have caused death, but each would be felt and could have dazed the person. There was expert testimony that Martha had died of drowning (see note 13, infra). The defendant testified at trial to a fourth story. They had sailed well out. There was no sexual involvement or quarrel or altercation. Around sunset as they were making to come home, rogue waves (perhaps the wake of trawlers in the distance) struck the boat. Martha coming from the foredeck to the cockpit, struck her face on the mast. Another wave struck, and she was cast overboard. He saw her in the water swimming toward the boat. He could not make eye contact with her and so did not throw a flotation device. Instead, he tried to maneuver the boat with its swim ladder toward her. She did not seize it. Quickly, he donned the top part of his wet suit, stepped down the ladder and grabbed hold of Martha. With much effort he worked her on to the deck. She appeared to him to be unconscious. He tried to revive her, applying CPR and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. He worked against hypothermia by removing her wet clothes and wrapping her in towels. He realized she was dead when her body released urine. He was in a panic. He could not abide the body on the boat. In the end, he motored to Children’s Island, brought up an anchor and a diver’s belt from below, weighed the body down with anchor and belt, and threw the mass into the water. He said he was incapable throughout of a better response, such as using the radio for help. He got to shore and home well after midnight.

**Update** Thomas Maimoni died in prison on 10/18/2017. He never took responsibility for killing Martha Brailsford.

Woman’s body found; Sailboat owner sought
Man charged in sailing slaying deceived many, prosecutor says
Commonwealth v Thomas Maimoni 1996
Killer seeks parole in murder at sea
Record of Decision: Parole Denied
Murderer denied parole
Convicted killer of Salem woman dies

A Scream on the Water: A True Story of Murder in Salem

City Confidential: Secrets and Superstition in Salem
Your Worst Nightmare: Water Foul


Offender ID:W53997
Date of Birth:
Race: Unknown
Gender: Male
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:MCI Norfolk (Medium Security)

Justin Cosby murder 5/18/2009 Cambridge, MA *Jabrai Jordan Copney was convicted of his murder, sentenced to LWOP*

Justin Cosby

Surviving Murder blog (Denise Cosby’s blog)
Police say Harvard killing was ‘drug rip’
NY man denies killing reputed dealer at Harvard
DA: Harvard holdup took deadly turn
Harlem man arrested in murder at Harvard is son of retired NYPD cop
Accused has had taste of success in music biz
Kirkland Trial Day 7: Blayn Jiggetts Says It Wasn’t Worth It
NYC Man Convicted In Fatal Harvard Shooting
Jabrai Jordan Copney Gets Life in Prison for Shooting at Harvard’s Kirkland House
Killer at Harvard Is Sentenced to Life
NYC Man Sentenced To Life For Harvard Dorm Murder
Ex-Harvard Student Brittany Smith Sentenced to Three Years in Prison
Mother of Justin Cosby, who was fatally shot in Harvard dorm, files suit against college
Manslaughter plea in 2009 Harvard shooting
Aquino Sentenced to 18 to 20 Years in Prison For Role in Kirkland Shooting
Last Kirkland Shooting Defendant Sentenced To 9 to 12 Years

Snapped: Killer Couples: Brittany Smith and Jabrai Copney

Jabrai Jordan Copney – convicted, sentenced to LWOP
Brittany Smith – pled guilty, sentenced to 3 years in prison
Jason Aquino – pled guilty, sentenced to 18-20 years in prison
Blayn Jiggetts – pled guilty, sentenced to 9 to 12 years

Brittany Smith
Brittany Smith


Jabrai Copney

Offender Name: JABRAI J COPNEY
Offender ID:W98501
Date of Birth:
Gender: Male
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:NCCI Gardner (Medium Security)


Jason Aquino

Offender Name: JASON AQUINO
Offender ID:W98567
Date of Birth:
Gender: Male
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:MCI Norfolk (Medium Security)


Offender ID:W99443
Date of Birth:
Gender: Male
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:Old Colony Correctional Center (Medium Security)

Serial Killer: Tony “Chop Chop” Costa

remembering the victims

Bonnie Williams
Diane Federoff
Barbara Spaulding
Sydney Monson
Susan Perry
Patricia Walsh
Mary Anne Wysocki
Christine Gallant
Barbara Spaulding

Serial Killers Podcast: Antone Costa
Profile: Antone Costa
Murderpedia: Antone Charles Costa
Wikipedia: Tony Costa
March 6 – 1969: Tony Costa is arraigned in 16 Cape Cod murders
Find-A-Grave: Antone Charles “Tony” Costa

In His Garden: The Anatomy of a Murderer (The Cape Cod Murders)

Twisted: Cape Cod Casanova

Antone Costa
Tony Costa

Monsters Among Us: William Jewett Jr raped and killed 17-year-old Jennifer Mullin; Sentenced to life in prison

From William Jewett Jr appeal:

remembering the victimsOn January 30, 1993, the body of a seventeen year old woman was discovered in a wooded area in Rockland. A Superior Court jury convicted the defendant, William C. Jewett, Jr., the last known person to have seen the victim alive, of her rape and murder in the first degree by deliberate premeditation. On appeal, the defendant claims that the prosecutor acted improperly by not disclosing material evidence to the jury, that his trial counsel rendered ineffective assistance, and that the prosecutor offered false and deceptive evidence to the grand jury. The defendant also argues that the motion judge (who was not the trial judge) abused her discretion by denying his motion for a new trial without holding an evidentiary hearing. Finally, the defendant asserts that three errors — improper expert opinion on sexual assault, lack of an accident instruction, and admission of prejudicial bad acts evidence — none of which was objected to at trial or raised in the motion for a new trial, created a substantial likelihood of a miscarriage of justice mandating exercise of our authority under G. L. c. 278, § 33E, to order a new trial. We affirm the convictions of murder in the first degree and rape, and decline to exercise our power under G. L. c. 278, § 33E.

We summarize the facts in their light most favorable to the Commonwealth, reserving certain details for discussion in connection with the issues raised. The defendant and the victim had known each other socially for a number of years, but had never been romantically involved. On the evening of January 29, 1993, they both attended a party at a mutual friend’s apartment in Weymouth. Sometime before 1 A.M. on January 30, 1993, as the last guests were leaving the party, the defendant said he would drive the victim home. The defendant’s automobile, which was seventeen years old and unregistered, would not start, so a friend in a truck used jumper cables to start it. The automobile was running very noisily and backfiring,
so the friend followed it for a short distance in his truck. The two vehicles parted ways in a parking lot after the defendant said the automobile was fine.

The victim had a 12:30 A.M. curfew. When she failed to arrive home by 1 A.M., her mother telephoned the apartment where the party had been held. By morning, both of the victim’s parents and some of her friends began looking for her in the neighborhood. After learning that the victim had left the party with the defendant, the victim’s father telephoned him. The defendant told him that he had dropped the victim off at the end of her street at about 12:30 A.M., because she wanted to finish her beer before going home.

Later that afternoon, while investigating what looked like a blue rag on his property, a resident of Turner Road in Rockland discovered the victim’s body lying partially covered by pine needles, twigs, and leaves in a wooded area. He telephoned the police. Dr. James Weiner, a State medical examiner, declared the victim dead at the scene and conducted a preliminary examination of the body. His examination revealed that the victim’s lipstick was not smeared, but her blouse was pulled off her left shoulder, and two buttons in the middle of the blouse had been torn off. Her pants were buttoned, but the zipper was open and broken. One leg of her pantyhose had been torn completely off, and one of her boots was missing. Her underwear and pantyhose were rolled up, and she appeared to have been redressed.

Commonwealth v William C Jewett Jr 2004 (conviction and sentence affirmed)

Bloodlands: Runway Girl


Offender ID:W65623
Date of Birth:
Race: Unknown
Gender: Male

Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:Old Colony Correctional Center (Medium Security)

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