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Boston Man Wanted for Dorchester Murders Captured in Trinidad

A Boston man with roots from Mattapan has been captured in Trinidad in connection with the Murder of three people at a Dorchester party last year.

Keron Pierre, 25, had been living in Trinidad with his wife. He was arrested on September 7 in marijuana charges and following his arrest, police discovered he was wanted out of Boston for Murder Charges. It was also discovered that he was also wanted in Trinidad in connection with another shooting there in March 2010.

Boston Police allege that Pierre killed Shacora Gaines of Brockton; Chantal Palmer, also of Brockton, and Anthony Peoples, 19, of Boston. The three friends were reported to have been leaving a party on Mt. Ida Road in Dorchester when Pierre and another man, Nigel A. Nichols, approached them and started hitting on the women. This lead to an argument between the parties, and Pierre then allegedly fired into the car the three were traveling in, killing all three.

For his role, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office indicted Nichols for Accessory After the Fact of Murder; Pierre was indicted on three counts of Murder in abstentia, and an Arrest Warrant was issued for him following the indictment.

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