Man Convicted In 1996 Death Of Peabody Woman Seeks Parole

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NATICK (CBS) – A South Boston man is asking for parole more than 15 years after a Peabody woman was brutally murdered outside her condo.

John Keegan is seeking parole for second degree murder in the death of Kristen Crowley who was killed with a large rock.

Keegan and co-defendant Timothy Dykens admitted they followed her home from a convenience store after spending the night at a local strip club.

The hearing room in Natick was packed with family members of both Keegan and Crowley.

Keegan tearfully told the Parole Board he was deeply ashamed at what had happened, and forever regrets his actions. He apologized to both families for the crime that occurred 1996.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Doug Cope Reports

During questioning, Keegan placed most of the blame on Dykens.

Board members were skeptical, saying Keegan should have done more to prevent the crime.

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