Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Jose Rogerio Ferreira de Souza, 20, was living under the alias Mauro Jorge in Somerville, investigators said.
A Brazilian man living in Somerville and Medford under an alias has been deported to his homeland to answer to a murder charge, according to federal authorities. Jose Rogerio Ferreira de Souza, 20, was arrested by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agents in Danvers in February 2011, but was not deported until Wednesday because he made "numerous appeals" to the Executive Office for Immigration Review and the Board of Immigration Appeals that were denied, according to a press release from the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. Ferreira de Souza was living in the United States under the alias Mauro Jorge and federal law enforcement had to work with Brazilian authorities to confirm his true identity before deporting him. Along with two …
Monday, March 19, 2012
Antonio Marcos Ferreira, of Somerville, is accused of killing an Everett woman in 2009.
Opening arguments in the case against Somerville resident Antonio Marcos Ferreira, who was charged with murdering Sheila Dos Santos, of Everett, in 2009, are scheduled to take place in Middlesex County Superior Court this morning. Ferreira, who was 38 at the time of the alleged murder, is accused of stabbing Dos Santos to death in the early morning hours of Oct. 2, 2009, according to an announcement from the Middlesex District Attorney's office. According to the announcement, Ferreira dated Dos Santos, but the two had been broken up for seven months when the alleged murder took place. The announcement says Ferreira told the victim that if she wouldn't date him, she wouldn't be able to date anyone. When police responded to 154 Main St., …
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Kimberly Savini stabbed her boyfriend, Arnaldo Amado, shortly after Christmas in 2008.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
A jury took one day to return verdicts of guilty on all counts in the Dec. 26, 2009 slaying of Surendra Dangol, a Nepali immigrant from Somerville working at a Tedeschi's in Jamaica Plain.
On the first full day of deliberations, jurors convicted Ed "Butchie" Corliss of murdering convenience store clerk Surendra Dangol, a Somerville resident working at a Tedeschi Food Shop in Jamaica Plain, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office. Jurors found Corliss guilty on all three charges: first-degree murder, armed robbery while masked and possession of an unlicensed firearm. This is the second time a jury has convicted Corliss, originally from East Somerville, of killing a store clerk. Jurors in this case did not hear that Corliss is a convicted killer, having slain a Salisbury convenience store clerk in 1971. He was on parole when he shot and killed Dangol during a robbery that netted him about $700. Sentencing is…
Friday, March 18, 2011
A Roslindale man pleaded guilty to murder Thursday in connection with the fatal shooting of Keith McCoy, 28, of Somerville, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone informed the public Thursday.
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Friday, March 18, 2011
More than two years after Keith McCoy, 28, of Somerville was shot to death at the Mystic Housing Development, his accused murderer pleaded guilty Thursday in Middlesex Superior Court and was sentenced to life in prison. According to the following statement issued Thursday by Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone: Marcus Amos, 23, of Roslindale, pled guilty to second degree murder, possession of a firearm without a license, and possession of ammunition. Middlesex Superior Court Judge Diane Kottmyer sentenced the defendant to life in prison on the murder charge, 3 to 5 years in state prison to run concurrent on the possession of a firearm charge, and 2 years in jail to run concurrent for the possession of ammunition charge. He will be …
Monday, February 14, 2011
Nine arrests were made in Somerville from Feb. 7 to 10, including two drug arrests, four assaults and one arrest on warrant charges of assault with intent to murder.
Nine arrests were made in Somerville in the four-day period from Feb. 7 to 10, including two drug arrests, four assaults and one arrest on warrant charges of assault with intent to murder. Click on this article and then on the map to the right and roll over the markers to see the locations of arrests for Feb. 7-10. All persons charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. ASSAULT & BATTERY: On Feb. 7, Patricia Salvato, 33, of 25 Brook St., was arrested at home at 12:37 a.m. and charged with assault and battery. MOTOR VEHICLE VIOLATION: On Feb. 7, Frank Low, 59, of 27A Craigie St., was arrested on Highland Ave. at 11:09 p.m. and charged with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and failure to yield. …
Saturday, February 12, 2011
The tragic death of a Woburn teen whose car plummeted off I-93 marked this week’s news in Somerville.
The tragic death of a Woburn teen whose car plummeted off I-93 marked this week’s news in Somerville. Christopher Ward, 19, of Woburn died early Saturday morning after his car went off Interstate 93, plummeting about 40 feet to a ramp below, police said. Full story here. Obituary here. Green Line Extension Funding Approved: The MBTA authorized an expenditure of nearly $22 million in planning and design work for the Green Line Extension Project on Monday. Full story here. New Orange Line T-stop moves forward: The MBTA also approved an agreement that will move forward the design and construction process of the planned $50 million Orange Line T-stop at Assembly Square. Full story here. Snow Cleanup Costs Near Million Dollar Mark: This year’s …