The Boston Police Department reported this morning that they have arrested 3 persons in connection with the Murder of Richel Nova, 58, of Hyde Park, who was shot while delivering pizza to a vacant house on Hyde Park Avenue.
According to the Boston Police Department, two men and one woman allegedly placed an order with Domino’s Pizza and gave the address of the vacant house. Once Nova arrived to deliver the pizza, he was lured into the house where he was stabbed. The three suspects then drove off in his own car. The vehicle was found this past Thursday at a church parking lot on River Street in Hyde Park. Without disclosing what was found in the car, the Boston Police Department stated that a substantial amount of evidence was found in the vehicle.
The names of the suspects has not been released by the Boston Police Department, but all are expected to be arraigned for Murder, Armed Robbery and other related charges on Tuesday in the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court.
UPDATED ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2010:
The individuals charged with the Murder of Richel Nova were arraigned this monring in the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court.
Michel St. Jean, 20; Alexander E. Gallet, of Hyde Park, and Yaminey Mathurin, of Mattapan, all pled not guilty and were held without bail.
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