Anyone with information regarding an unsolved homicide that occurred in Plymouth County, please call 508-894-2584, or email us at: email@example.com
Homicide of Virginia Hannon
Date of Discovery: February 1984
Location: 59 West Street, Pembroke, MA
March 18, 2021- Suspect Jesse Alyward is identifed
Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz, Massachusetts State Police and Pembroke Police today announced that they have developed information leading them to a suspect in a previously unsolved 1984 murder case.
On February 13, 1984, 59 year-old Virginia Hannon was found strangled and stabbed to death in her home on West Street in Pembroke. Since the date of her murder, Massachusetts State Police and Pembroke Police worked to solve this case.
2021 marks the 37th anniversary of the tragic death of Virginia Hannon. On February 13, 1984, State Police assigned to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office were contacted by Pembroke Police Department regarding the unattended death of 61 year-old Virginia Hannon inside her home at 59 West Street. The state Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruled that the manner of the death of Ms. Hannon was strangulation.
Watch the press conference below:
Fatal Hit & Run Death of Carl-Evan O. Yancey
Date of Offense: September 28, 2014
Location: Intersection of Belmont and West Streets, Brockton, MA
BROCKTON, MA – Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz announced that State and Brockton Police are seeking the public’s assistance with any information regarding the Sunday, September 28, 2014 hit and run death of Carl-Evan O. Yancey on Belmont Street in Brockton.
Investigators are seeking to speak with the operator of a silver or gray minivan that passed eastbound through the intersection of Belmont Street and West Street (the area of the 7-11 and Shaw’s Supermarket) at approximately 9:22 pm.
It is believed that the operator and occupants, if any, of this vehicle may have information regarding this incident. This vehicle may have sustained damage to the front passenger bumper or wheel well.
Anyone with information on this matter is urged to contact Trooper Joseph Kalil at the State Police Detectives Unit at (508) 947-8087 or the Brockton Police Detective Unit at (508) 941-0234.
Homicide of Ashley Mylette & Linda Schufeldt
Date of Discovery: December 28, 2014
Age: Ashley Mylette- 20 / Linda Schufeldt- 50
Location: Woods behind 251 North Quincy Street, Brockton, MA
BROCKTON, MA -State Police Detectives and Brockton Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest who has been forensically linked to three violent rapes and two homicides, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz announced.
Brockton Police have been investigating three violent rapes which occurred in October and November, 2013 and a third which occurred in January, 2014. As part of the investigation, DNA results all came back from each of these rapes positive for the same unidentified individual.
On December 28, 2014, the body of Ashley Mylette and skeletal remains of Linda Schufeldt were discovered together in the woods behind 251 North Quincy Street in Brockton. As part of the investigation, DNA was extracted from one of the women and, after analysis by the State Police Crime Lab, it was determined to be a match with the DNA from the three rape cases.
Recently, DA Cruz contacted Parabon NanoLabs in Virginia to conduct Snapshot DNA phenotyping. Parabon used the DNA sample to predict this person of interest’s physical appearance and develop a computer generated composite sketch. The technology uses the DNA to accurately predict eye, hair and skin color.
Investigators are now asking for the public’s assistance to report any information in these cases or to identify the individual in the sketch. The man is a suspect in the three rape cases and is linked forensically to the death of Ashley Mylett.
“We never forget a victim, no matter how much time goes by,” DA Cruz said. “Massachusetts State Police Detectives in my office, along with Brockton Police have never stopped investigating these cases. We believe there are people that may have information about these crimes and I encourage them to come forward and share what they know with State or Brockton Police.”
Composite Sketch Released of Person of Interest Wanted in Connection with Three Rapes, Two Homicides in Brockton
Fatal Hit & Run Death of Ian A. Dalgliesh
Date of Offense: March 7, 2021
Location: Intersection of Auburn & Summer Streets, Bridgewater, MA
BROCKTON – Massachusetts State Police and Bridgewater Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating the driver involved in a fatal hit and run in Bridgewater, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz and Bridgewater Police Chief Christopher Delmonte have announced.
At 12:40 a.m. on March 7, 2021, Bridgewater Police were dispatched to the intersection of Auburn and Summer Streets after a passing motorist observed an unconscious male in the roadway. Upon arrival, officers discovered a male victim with obvious trauma. The Bridgewater Fire Department responded to render aid, but the male victim was pronounced dead at the scene. He was identified as 34 year-old Ian A. Dalgliesh of Northborough, pictured below.
Massachusetts State Police Detectives assigned to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office and Bridgewater Police Detectives have determined that Dalgliesh was struck by a motor vehicle and are seeking information in connection with the crash. Anyone in the area of Auburn, Flagg and Summer Streets in Bridgewater between 11:30 p.m. and 12:40 a.m. on March 7 are urged to contact Bridgewater Police Detectives at 508-697-6118, or Massachusetts State Police Detectives at 508-894-2600.
Massachusetts State Police Most Wanted: Marvin A. Veiga, Jr.
BROCKTON – The search for the man wanted in a 2020 Brockton homicide is over after he was fatally shot in Tennessee over the weekend, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz has announced.
Since his indictment in March, Massachusetts State Police and Brockton Police have issued multiple bulletins seeking the capture of Marvin Veiga, 32. Veiga, and co-defendant, Takari Elliot, 29, were indicted on Murder and gun charges for fatally shooting Manuel Duarte, 25, on October 13, 2020 in Brockton. On March 5, Massachusetts State Police Detectives assigned to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office obtained arrest warrants charging Elliot and Veiga. Elliot was located and placed under arrest, but Veiga was not.
Since that day, Massachusetts State Police have actively sought Veiga’s arrest, issuing multiple requests for the public’s assistance. On March 18, Veiga was added to the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section’s Most Wanted list.
Early Saturday morning, Veiga was shot and killed by a Metro Nashville, Tennessee Police Department officer after Veiga advanced on the officer brandishing a large butcher knife in each of his hands. Metro Nashville Police have released video footage of the incident from the officer’s body worn camera.
Elliot, 29, has pleaded not guilty to the charges and is held without bail and is next scheduled to appear in court on May 5.