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Two brothers from Mattapan were charged with Massachusetts Murder Crimes Charges last week in connection with the stabbing of 15 year old Lance Hartgrove in Roxbury on July 10, 2012.

The two brothers were arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court and each are charged with Manslaughter and Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon.

According to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, a fight broke out outside the Social Security Administration building in Roxbury. The victim, Lance Hartgrove, armed with a kitchen knife, reportedly went to the building after being called there by a friend. After throwing a glass bottle at a window, Hartgrove went into the building with two others and began fighting with one of the defendants, which eventually spilled outside.

A Cohasset man was arrested for Massachusetts Murder Charges following the family brawl that ended in the death of his brother-in-law. The man was arraigned in Quincy District Court earlier this week and charged with Manslaughter.

According to the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office, Cohasset police responded to the defendant’s home and found him to be unresponsive. The victim’s father told police that family were celebrating the man’s birthday when he became loud and began swearing. One witness told police that the victim had gone into a rage and had hit someone over the head with a chair.

The defendant allegedly tried to calm him and the two began fighting, eventually putting the victim in a headlock. When the defendant released him, the victim was motionless and unresponsive.

A 22 year old from Roslindale was arraigned yesterday on Massachusetts Murder Charges in connection with the stabbing death of Kenneth Soto, 19, in October 2011.

The defendant, Hector Soto, was arraigned in the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court on First Degree Murder Charges.

According to the Suffolk County D.A.’s Office, prosecutors allege that Hector Soto and Kenneth Soto were in separate vehicles with respective friends in the 7-11 parking lot on Centre Street in Jamaica Plain. As Kenneth Soto exited the store, Hector Soto allegedly approached him the two engaged in a fight that resulted in the stabbing death of Kenneth Soto.

Boston Police have arrested a Dorchester man and charged him with Massachusetts Murder Charges in connection with the shooting death of Anthony Depina in Roxbury last week.

Jason Barbosa was arraigned in Roxbury District Court yesterday on charges of First Degree Murder and Gun Crimes Charges.

According to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Jason Barbosa allegedly encountered Anthony Depina in area where Depina wasn’t supposed to be, in an alleged referenced to gang turf. A few hours later, Barbosa allegedly encountered Depina again, at which point he is alleged to have shot him in the chest and head.

Eldrick D. Broom, 27, of Roxbury, was arraigned today in Dorchester District Court on Massachusetts Murder Charges in connection with the death of Rosanna Camilo on November 21.

Brook has been charged with First Degree Murder and Aggravated Rape.

According to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Broom allegedly attacked Rosanna Camilo inside her Roxbury apartment. Prosecutors allege that he raped and strangled her to death. Camilo’s body was found in her bedroom by her 16 year old daughter while her other 17 month old child was in his crib.

A man has been charged with Massachusetts Murder and Sexual Assault Charges in connection with the murder of Rosanna Camilo, whose naked was discovered in her Mattapan apartment two weeks ago.

Eldrick D. Broom, 27, of Boston, was arraigned this morning in the Dorchester Division of the Boston Municipal Court with 1st Degree Murder and Sex Crimes Charges.

The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office alleges that Brook, who once lived across the hall from Rosanna Camilo, had access to her apartment through one of her former roommates and attacked her two weeks ago. Following the alleged attack and sexual assault, he then allegedly strangled her to death. Her body was reportedly discovered with a cord around her neck.

A 29 year old Cambridge woman was formally charged with Murder in connection with the death of her father, Guy Verna, 62, also of Cambridge.

Gylene Verna was initially charges with Assault & Battery with the November 20th incident that involved her father, Guy Verna, who was later pronounced dead at Cambridge City Hospital.

This past week, Gylene Verna was arraigned in Cambridge District Court, charged with First Degree Murder.

donald rudolph.jpgDonald Rudolph, arrested on Massachusetts Murder Charges, was arraigned in Quincy District Court this morning for allegedly killing his mother, Paula Rudolph, her boyfriend, Frederick Medina; and his sister, Caylin Rudolph.

Rudolph was arraigned on 3 counts of 1st Degree Murder and 3 counts of Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon.

According to the Norfolk County District Attorney’s Office, Donald Rudolph allegedly stabbed Frederick Medina to death, cut his throat and then stuffed a baby doll in his mouth. He also allegedly stabbed his sister, Caylin Rudolph, several times; and allegedly beat his mother to death.

Two men have been charged in connection with the Boston Murders of Billie Kee and her boyfriend, Kevin Thomas, that occurred in Hyde Park in July.

Michael T. Corbin and Earl Fulgiam, are both expected to be arraigned on two First Degree Murder Charges as soon as today in the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court.

According to the Boston Police Department, Billie Kee and Kevin Thomas were murdered inside their Hyde Park apartment this past July. Police had initially represented that witnesses had seen 4 people leave the apartment and that they had dropped guns as they ran away. They also additionally first said that they believed the murders were “drug involved”, yet did not offer any specific details as to any potential motive.

Two men from Massachusetts, Jun Di Lin of Malden, and Sifa Lee, of Quincy, along with Cheng Sun, were arrested on Murder Charges in connection with the death of Tony Woo, of Quincy, found dead inside his Ipswich restaurant.

According to the Essex County District Attorney’s Office, the three men allegedly broke into Woo’s Ipswich restaurant in what is believed to be a robbery. Woo reportedly died from blunt force trauma according to a preliminary autopsy report.

Jun Di Lin was reportedly arrested trying to cross into Canada; while Sifa Lee was arrested in New Jersey; and Cheng Sun was arrested in New York.