Man who allegedly killed couple over barking canine in Massachusetts is arrested in Florida
A 27-year-old man who authorities suspect was concerned within the killings of a Massachusetts couple was arrested in Florida Friday. Authorities say Christopher Keeley of Weymouth, Mass. was arrested in Miami Beach.
Police discovered the victims, Carl Mattson and Vicki Mattson, of their residence in Marshfield, a neighborhood south of Boston, on Tuesday, according to Plymouth District Attorney Timothy Cruz.
Police have been responding to a request for a well-being examine. The couple, each 70, appeared to have been stabbed and overwhelmed. Autopsy outcomes are pending.
CBS Boston, citing courtroom paperwork, reported the victims have been discovered simply inside their residence with proof of a battle together with an overturned bookcase. A good friend of Keeley’s requested police to do a examine on the house telling them Keeley had been dwelling with the couple as a favor to a member of the family, however had not too long ago been requested to depart.
Authorities haven’t disclosed a motive within the killings however CBS Boston, citing the courtroom paperwork, reported that Keeley informed a good friend it was an argument over a barking canine that led to the assault. He additionally allegedly informed the good friend that he had not too long ago felt that he wished to hurt folks.
Keeley is predicted to seem in courtroom in Florida earlier than he might be extradited to Massachusetts. It was unclear Keeley is represented by an legal professional.
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