Framingham Man Indicted for Murdering His Wife

Kyle Alleyne, 25, of Framingham, Massachusetts, was indicted for Murder Charges by a Middlesex County Grand Jury in connection with the death of his wife, Heather Alleyne, 19, whose body was found in the couple’s home on August 9th.

According to the MIddlesex County District Attorney’s Office, Kyle Alleyne has been indicted for First Degree Murder, Assault & Battery, and Reckless Endangerment of a Child.

The body of Heather Alleyne was found on August 9th after her family asked the Framingham Police Department to conduct a well-being check. Police Officers responded to the couple’s apartment and discovered her body, and reported obvious signs of a struggle, blood and an attempted clean up of evidence.

The Massachusetts Office of the Medical Examiner determined that Heather Alleyne’s death was a homicide caused by sharp force wounds of the neck, torse and extremeties with injuries of large blood vessels and the larynx. Although her body was discovered on August 9th, the medical examiner opined that she had been dead since August 4th or 5th.

Kyle Alleyne was arrested on August 15th by law enforcement authorities in Texas.

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