The jury in the trial of two men accused of killing four people in Boston in 2010 has decided to continue deliberating.
The jury foreman has said one juror is creating an impasse on nine of the 19 charges against the co-defendants in the murder trial.
The judge sealed the partial verdicts Monday afternoon and asked the jury to return Tuesday for a fifth day of deliberations.
Attorneys presented their closing arguments Tuesday in the trial of two men charged with a quadruple murder in Mattapan.
Defense lawyers have finished their closing arguments in the trial of two men accused of killing four during a drug robbery in Mattapan in 2010
James Jones says he was sleeping in his bedroom that night when the sound of gunfire woke him up.
A man accused of shouting “rat” and “snitch” at a key prosecution witness during a Boston murder trial has pleaded not guilty to witness intimidation and disrupting a court proceeding.
Dennis Jones is scheduled to be arraigned Friday on charges of witness intimidation and disrupting a court proceeding after shouting “rat” and “snitch” at Kimani Washington while he was testifying.
Serena Moore testified Tuesday that she was home, sleeping in her bed after a night of heavy drinking, when the robbery and shootings occurred.
Kimani Washington says he agreed to testify because of the mother and child killed in the 2010 Mattapan shootings.
Kimani Washington has agreed to testify against his cousin, Edward Washington, and co-defendant Dwayne Moore in exchange for a plea deal.
Testimony is expected to get under way Friday in the trial of two men charged in connection with one of Boston’s most notorious murder cases in recent history.
Dwayne Moore and Edward Washington are both charged with first-degree murder in the 2010 shooting in the Boston neighborhood.
Dwayne Moore and Edward Washington are both charged with first-degree murder in the 2010 shooting in the Mattapan section of Boston.
A third man charged in the shooting deaths of four people, including a 2-year-old boy in his mother’s arms, supplied the weapons and drove the suspects to the scene, where the victims were marched outside and gunned down, a prosecutor said Thursday.
A third suspect has been arrested in connection to the Sept. 28 quadruple homicide in Mattapan. Police arrested and charged Edward Washington, of Dorchester, with four counts of murder, among other charges.
Kimani Washington was ordered held on $500,000 cash bail after his arraignment in Dorchester District Court on charges of weapons violations, receiving a stolen car, drug trafficking and being a career criminal. Not guilty pleas were automatically entered on his behalf.