The parents of a Wayland teen killed by a former boyfriend are urging lawmakers to require dating violence prevention as part of health and sexual education programs in public schools.
In the year and a half since Lauren was killed, her parents had begun to heal, but the details, evidence and testimony of the murder trial brought all the pain back.
A Wayland teenager accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and disposing of her body in a marshy area of town pleaded not guilty Tuesday.
The father of a teen who was allegedly killed by her ex-boyfriend is now planning a memorial service for his daughter to be held on Saturday, July 16.
“Why?” It’s the question friends, family members and neighbors in Wayland have as they mourn the death of 18-year-old Lauren Astley.
18-year-old Nathaniel Fujita was ordered held without bail Tuesday, charged with the murder of his former girlfriend, 18-year-old Lauren Astley over the weekend.
What could cause 18-year-old Nathaniel Fujita, college-bound and without a prior criminal record, to allegedly murder 18-year-old Lauren Astley?
A video posted on YouTube shows a friendly relationship between Wayland victim Lauren Astley and the suspect’s dad, Tomo Fujita.
The family of an 18-year-old missing since Sunday has identified her body. They’re now asking anyone who saw anything to call police.
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