Three Boston police supervisors have been reprimanded over an incomplete investigation of a 2012 assault linked to a man later charged with murder.
The man charged with kidnapping and killing Amy Lord tried to kill himself Wednesday night, according to his attorney.
The neighborhood has been on edge since a 22-year-old woman was kidnapped and murdered in July.
The suspect in the slaying of a South Boston woman was ordered held on $3 million cash bail in two other attacks on women.
A Peabody man faces felony charges after allegedly jumping into a woman’s car and robbing her while she waited at an ATM.
The family of a young woman who was murdered is thanking the South Boston community for their support.
Police say the man in custody for attacking two women in South Boston last week is also responsible for the murder of Amy Lord.
The Boston police officer who has been stripped of his detective ranking after it was learned that he failed to arrest a man who is now a person of interest in the Amy Lord murder also faces disciplinary action in a separate case, his internal affairs record indicates.
Lord was remembered during a service at St. Cecilia’s Church in Wilbraham, the western Massachusetts town where she grew up.
The Boston Police detective who failed to arrest a man who is now a person of interest in the Amy Lord murder case has been demoted.