At around 11 in the morning on Tuesday, police responded to a call about a person shot on 50 Evelyn Street in Mattapan. The victim has been identified as Garfield Thomas, 33. He suffered from a gunshot wound and was pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital.
We would like to send our condolences to the family of Garfield Thomas. These violent acts can be hard to understand. Criminal actions that kill people leave the family and friends behind to grieve and ask why. It is so important to do all we can to help victims families. It is also important to help make our communities safer.
47-year-old Katheleen ‘Kathy’ Calahan was killed in a car crash on Mother’s Day. Funeral services will take place on Saturday. Her obituary talks about how much she loved her role as grandma as well as her customers at Dunkin Donuts.
We want to give our condolences to the family and friends. Vehicle accidents that caused deaths are particularly tragic. They leave family members grieving and asking why. It is so important to raise awareness about driving safety and attentiveness. Family members can also seek to recover their rights by filing a wrongful death claim.
We have an update on a story we posted on earlier this week.
The Athol man who died in a crash on Sunday has now been identified as Eric R. Gage, 26. Two other people were sent to the hospital with serious injuries after this incident. Police responded at around 9 at night.
Joshua Hary and Brittany Smith have been found guilty of first degree murder.
They were charged in connection with the killing of Thomas Hartley, 95, and Joanna Fisher, 77. They killed them inside their East River Street home in October 2016.
Kevin G. Element, 32, was indicted on counts of homicide by motor vehicle while under the influences of liquor as well as many other charges.
He was indicted in connection with a fatal motorcycle crash that happened in Brockton on September 4. This accident claimed the life of Sean Colwell, 30.
Police responded to an accident at around 11 at night on Tuesday and found a Honda Civic on Main Street in Chelmsford.
A man had driven off the curve of the road and hit a tree. He was pronounced dead. No one else was in the car.