Dorchester Man Murdered Yet Thousand Dollars in his Possession Is Not Touched
It was around 11:30 pm on August 14, 1985, thirty-two year old James Filbert was fatally shot in an apartment he was renovating at 176 Minot Street in the Dorchester section of Boston. The married father of two succumbed to a wound to his abdomen and the Boston Police at the time could not find a motive for the slaying. Robbery has been ruled out because a thousand dollars in his pocket was still there. Another troubling point is that despite a witness hearing gunshots, no perpetrator was seen. Filbert often spent his time working on the apartment which was only a few streets from where he lived on Westglow Street. Decades later, the case is cold as ice.
However, there are blood relatives of Filbert who have suspects of their own. They believe that James Filbert may have known who killed him.
If you have any information about this case please call the Boston Police Department at (617) 343-4470.
Witnesses Not Coming Forward in Murder of Teen
On the evening of October 13, 2002, 16 year old teenager Devyn Jude Murphy was stabbed to death in a house party in Wareham, Massachusetts. There was an altercation at the party which was attended by around 50 people, yet no one has come forward with any information. According to family members, Murphy had aspirations of becoming a chiropractor. It is believed that there are several people that may know who killed the teen, but either are afraid or refuse to come forward. If you have any information about who murdered Devyn Jude Murphy please contact the Massachusetts State Police at (508) 759-4488. All calls can be confidential.
Mystery Surrounds Murder of Brockton Girl
Eleven year old Denise Cochrane was last seen on May 23, 1975 leaving her home on Essex Street in Brockton.
On April 28, 1976 the youngest child of four siblings was found dead in a transformer casing in a steelyard.
She was murdered and had died of external injuries which included a fractured skull. Police believe that the 6th grader was murdered at another site and dumped in the casing. Her murder has been unsolved for around thirty five years and her family still seeks answers and justice.
There are also other cases of murdered children in Brockton that have not been solved. It is not known if her murder is related to the others. If you have any information about this case please contact the Brockton Police Department at (508) 941-0200.
Two Decades Later Brutal Homicide of Popular Teacher's Aide Still Unsolved
In the town of Agawam and the areas that surround it in Massachusetts and Connecticut, people still talk quietly about the brutal killing of Lisa Ziegert. She was a well liked teacher’s aide that worked in the town’s middle school with special need children. She also had a part time job at the Brittany's Card and Gift Shoppe in town. April 15, 1992, was the last time anyone saw the popular 24 year old. The next day, the owner of the gift shop noticed that the door to the store was unlocked. Lisa, was nowhere to be found. Sadly, four days later on Easter Sunday, April 19, 1992, She was found deceased by a man walking his dog. She had been stabbed and sexually assaulted and was partially clothed. Her body was found in an area hundred of feet deep in the woods that was off of a dirt road that connected to Route 75 in town.
Law Enforcement believe that she was abducted from the store between the times of 8:20 and 9:10 pm. At one time a $100,000 reward was offered by the state of Massachusetts for anyone with information that would lead them to the conviction of any individual(s) responsible for Ziegert’s death.
Many people have speculated as to who may have killed Lisa Ziegert. There are postings on the internet that allege that a possible killer may be protected by certain people. Some believe she may have known her killer. There are others that say that it may have been a former Massachusetts resident awaiting trial for a brutal murder in Florida. If you have any information about this case please call the Massachusetts State Police at 413-747-4809.
Of all the cases on this website which includes all of New England as well as New York and New Jersey; this is the case that brings in the most visitors.
Murder Haunts Family
On August 26th 2011, twenty year old Amanda Plasse was a victim of homicide in her downtown apartment in the town of Chicopee. It happened on a sunny Friday afternoon around 4:30pm at 73 School Street. She had been stabbed multiple times.
The twenty year old waitress worked at Friendly’s Restaurant on Memorial Drive and enjoyed going to various music festivals: Bella Terra, Strang Creek and some others in New York State.
She enjoyed playing acoustic guitar and liked folk and bluegrass music. She would design tie-dye shirts and blankets. She also enjoyed tattoos and had a large amount of them on her.
The family believes that there may be individuals that know something and that they need to come forward. The murder took place in a busy area of Chicopee. Any information would be helpful.
If you or anyone you know has information about this case, you are asked to call the Chicopee Police at (413) 594-1730. You could also text any information anonymously using Text a Tip by sending a message to 274637. Type SOLVE in the message and then hit “Send.”
In early November, 22 year old Dennis Rosa Roman was arrested and charged with the slaying of Amanda Plasse. More details to come.
Disappearance of Woman Connected to Other Murders?
Twenty two year old Susan Dequina hung out with a bad crowd. On October 3rd of 1979 she was last seen outside her home in Lynn, Massachusetts. Decades later police believe she may have been murdered by individuals with ties to an international criminal motorcycle club. One person in particular is believed to be a prime suspect, Michel Gagnon. Incidentally this same suspect is also a person of interest in two other unsolved homicides. One of those homicides is the brutal dismemberment killing of Robert “Bino” Garbino, who lived at 126 Winnepurkit Avenue on November 4, of 1979. He was involved in the 1 percenter motorcycle culture. Before he was cut into pieces, he had been shot twice. The other possible victim is 15-year-old Paula Kallenback, of 16 Dell Court who disappeared on November 16th after attending a party and was found murdered by blunt trauma in January of 1980.
However, police will never get the chance to question Gagnon because he was found dead under suspicious circumstances in Bridgeport, Connecticut not long after Dequina disappeared. His death was a gunshot to the head.
At the time of her disappearance, Dequina was 5'3 with auburn hair and hazel colored eyes. The 22 year old also had a tattoo of a rose on her chest and the name Archie. If you have any information about this case please contact the Lynn Police Department at 781-595-2000. All calls can be confidential.
Disappearance and Murder of Woman Raises Questions
Deborah Bates was 23 years old when she disappeared from her apartment on Liberty Street in Lowell on Feb. 23, 1993. At the time she was 6 months pregnant.
Eleven years later, her skeletal remains were found March 11, 2004, around 50 feet from the on-ramp leading from the Lowell Connector to Route 3 South.
At first suspicion focused on the unknown Main South Woodsman Killer who is believed to have murdered Betzaida Montalvo, 29, and Carmen Rudy, 28, found in Marlborough in September of 2003. As well as Dinelia Torres, 33,who was found in Hudson in March 2004. The three worked as prostitutes in the Main South neighborhood of Worcester.
Alex Scesny is considered “a person of interest” in those killings and was convicted in the 1996 murder of Theresa Stone in Fitchburg in which he is serving a life sentence. Police do not believe though that he is responsible for the murder of Deborah Bates. Whoever, killed Bates, had recently placed her and the remains of her unborn child near the site of discovery.
Law Enforcement have looked at her ex-boyfriend with who she had a son with in 1990. There had been allegations of physical abuse and drug usage in their relationship. The ex-boyfriend had also served jail time for armed robbery and had several restraining orders filed against him by Bates.
If you have any information about the murder of Deborah Bates and her unborn child, please call the Lowell Police Department at 978-937-3232.
A Letter Links Two Girls That Were Tragically Abducted
On August 5, 1993, ten-year-old Holly Piirainen was at her grandparents
cottage in the town of Sturbridge. She and her brother that day went to
see a neighbor of their grandparents to go see their puppies. Her brother
returned to the cottage but Holly had disappeared. All that was found was
shoe of hers by the side of the road. Months later on October 23rd, her
remains were found by hunters in a wooded area in the nearby town of
During the time that Holly went missing, another ten year old girl
named Molly Bish from the town of Warren had written a letter to the
Piirainen family. She had stated in the letter that she wished she had met
Holly and that she would be found.
There is a fifteen thousand dollar reward being offered for information leading to the conviction or resolution of her homicide.
Sadly on June 27, 2000, Molly Bish disappeared while performing her
job as a lifeguard at Commins Pond in Warren. After an extensive search
that last for months, her remains were found just miles from the Bish home
on June 9, 2003. The last known person to see her alive was her mother,
who noticed a middle-aged man in a white car hanging out in the parking
lot. Police have had several people of interest in Molly's case. An
arrest in a separate attempted abduction case in August 2007 now has Law
Enforcement looking at a possible suspect. Below is a composite sketch of
a possible suspect in the Molly Bish murder. If you have any information
about the homicides of either of these young women, please contact the
Massachusetts State Police at 1-800-808-9677. For more information about
the Molly Bish case go to www.Mollybish.org.
Update 1-3-2012, Massachusetts authorities have announced a person of interest in the murder of Holly Piirainen. Forensic evidence ties David Edmund Pouliot, to the scene where Holly's body was found. Pouliot, died in 2003. No word yet, if he is a person of interest in the Molly Bish case or others.
Did She Start a New Life or was there Foul Play?
There is little information released to the public about Debra Cressotti. She lived in the town of Blandford in Hampden County. Her brown colored 1975 Chevrolet 210 Series was found at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, CT on April 30, 1985. Since then the blue eyed twenty-nine year old has been a missing person. At the time of her last sighting she was around 130 to 150 pounds and was around the height of 5 foot six inches tall. She had a scar on her right knee and had suffered a prior pelvic fracture from a horse back riding accident. She could have left on her own accord or met with foul play. Either way it's been over 25 years.
If you have any information about the disappearance of Debra Cressotti please call the Massachusetts State Police at 413-505-5933.
A Customer Enters a Taxi and Cab Driver is Dead
It was May 30th, 1985 when the body of 42 year old John Moura was found behind the wheel of his taxi. His vehicle and body were found at Fort Rodman in New Bedford. Moura, who had driven a taxi for 13 years had been shot twice in the back. His wallet containing fifty dollars was found next to him and a gold chain and watch were not taken from him. His vehicle and meter were still running.
For decades, police have been looking for a person of interest in Moura’s murder. The cab driver from New Bedford had picked up a man in front of the Bank of Boston building on Pleasant Street in New Bedford at 11am that day. By noontime, Moura would not respond to radio contact to the cab company he worked for. Two hours after the pickup, his body was found.
The person of interest is described as a white male with black hair that was neatly groomed. He was around five feet, seven inches tall and around 170 pounds with a slight gut and medium build. The clothing the man wore at the time was a black T-shirt, black pants and he may have been carrying a black or tan jacket.
Moura left behind five children and his mother died never seeing justice for her son. If you have any information about this case, please contact the New Bedford Police Department at 508-991-6300 extension 327. You can remain anonymous.
Who is the Lady of the Dunes?
On July 26th, 1974 a thirteen-year-old girl walking her dog in the dunes
near Provincetown made a shocking discovery of a woman brutally murdered.
It is estimated that the victim had been dead for at least two weeks. Her
nude body had been found lying on half of a beach towel as if she had been
sharing it with someone. Her head resting on some folded jeans. Her head
was nearly severed and the left side of her skull was crushed by what was
believed to be an by an instrument similar to a military entreching tool.
Police were never able to fingerprint the woman because both of her hands
had been cut off and never found. Despite that, the deceased woman did
have several interesting items on her. She had gold crowns on her teeth
valued at over 5,000 dollars and her dental work was done in a "New
York Style" of dentistry. She was estimated to be around 145 pounds
and 5 feet, six inches tall. She had long auburn or reddish hair that was
tied in a ponytail with an elastic barrette. Her toenails were painted
pink and her age was estimated to be between 25 and 40. With two murder
convictions, Hadden Clark (pictured below)has admitted to murdering this
woman while he was living out on Cape Cod. Local Law Enforcement however,
discount the claims of this killer because he has lied about other murders
in the past. Her case is still actively investigated and she has been
nicknamed "The Lady of the Dunes". Below are composite sketches
of what the victim may have looked like. If you have information about
this woman's identity or her murder you are asked to call the Provincetown
Police Department at 508-487-1212. For more information about this case click
UPDATE 3-2-2012: Investigators are looking into the possibility that the Lady in the Dunes may have been seen with arrested Gangster James "Whitey" Bulger. Bulger had been seen in Provincetown that same time period with a woman that matched the description of the murder victim. More details to come.
US Soldier Gunned Down On City Street
Julian Cartie was getting enjoying a night out clubbing in Springfield, Massachusetts for he was about to ship out overseas to Afghanistan. But in the early morning of February 22, 2009, the 25 year old New Britain native was shot to death in cold blood.
Around 2 a.m. Cartie and several friends approached a 2006 blue colored Honda Civic or Hyundai that was at the intersection of State and Main streets. There was anywhere between three to four young females and one male passenger in the front seat . It is believed that the women were in their late teens to early twenties. There may been a verbal confrontation when the one male in the car shot Cartie fatally hitting him several times in the upper body.
The suspect is described as a light skinned Hispanic male who was clean shaven and wore a white polo shirt and blue jeans. He is believed to be 5-foot-7-inch to 5-foot-9-inches tall and in his early twenties.
Cartie was a former New Britain high school football star and died of his wounds moments later. Springfield Police think it is possible that his killer(s) could either be from the Springfield area or even from Connecticut cities such as Hartford, New Haven, Bridgeport or Meriden. The family is offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for Cartie’s homicide. See here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2E0T5v0STM
If you have any information about the murder of Julian Cartie please call the Springfield Police Department at 413-787-6355. His family wants justice/
Death of Teenage Girl Still Haunts Town
Just four days after her seventeenth birthday, Somerville High School
student Deanna Cremins was found on March 30, 1995 deceased behind a
senior housing building off of Jacues Street. The cause of death was
strangulation. There is a twenty thousand dollar reward being offered to
anyone that has information that can lead to the arrest and conviction of
the person(s) responsible. If she were alive today, she would be over thirty years of age.
She left behind a grieving mother and family. If you have any information about this
case, please call the Somerville Police Detective Bureau at 617-625-1600,
Double Murder Still Leaves Wealthy Town Uneasy
The towns of North Attleboro and Andover are nice affluent towns to live in but have been shocked with recent violence. North Attleboro has been in the national news due to the murder of Odin Lloyd. The person charged with killing him is former NFL Football Player and New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez. Several of Hernanedez's associates(Carlos Ortiz and Ernest Wallace) have also been charged in connection with the homicide. Police are also looking at several other shootings in Florida and a double murder in Boston (Daniel Jorge Correia de Abreu, and Safiro Teixeira Furtado) that Hernandez may be linked to.
Up until 2011, the town of Andover had gone twenty years without a homicide. On the Wednesday morning of December 14, 2011, the peace and tranquility of the town were shattered. John Magee who was 69 year old and his 67 year old wife, Geraldine were found shot to death in their million dollar mansion located on 7 Orchard Crossing. Their bodies had been found by their grandchildren and daughter. Caroline had died of a single shot to the head, her husband suffered wound to his head, neck and chest. The couple's SUV Vehicle had been found in Boston’s North End the night before, it was lit on fire. It is possible that the car being lit on fire could have been a diversion. Magee was a real estate developer, his wife a retired teacher and Realtor. Police have been very tight lipped about the investigation and very little is known about the case. However, it does look like a very planned out crime and will not be easy to solve. If you have any information about this case, please contact the Andover Police Department at 978-470-3864. You can remain anonymous.
Serial Killing Spree Still Unsolved
The period of April to September of 1988 was a time of terror in New
Bedford. It is believed that a killer or killers took the lives of eleven
women. Nine of which were found murdered and two are still missing. Many
of the victims were involved drug usage and in some cases prostitution.
The women's bodies were all found alongside highways outside of New
Bedford. The first victim was found in July of 1988 and the last known
victim was found on April 24, 1989 off of Interstate 195. Over the years
there were two prime suspects, one was an accused prostitute rapist who
later committed suicide. The other was an attorney who had connections to
several of the deceased victims. To date there has been no conviction in
any of the murders of the New Bedford women. The known victims of the New
Bedford Highway Killer are: Dawn Mendes, 25, of New Bedford. Nancy Paiva,
36, of New Bedford. Debra Greenlaw Perry DeMello, 35 of Brockton. Deborah
McConnell, 25, of Newport, Rhode Island. Mary Rose Santos, 27, Of New
Bedford. Sandra Botelho, 25, of New Bedford. Rochelle Clifford Dopierala,
28, of Falmouth. Debra Medeiros, 29, of Fall River. Robbin Rhodes, 29, of
New Bedford. If you have any information about these murders or the
disappearances of Marilyn
Roberts and Christina
Monteiro please contact the New Bedford Police at 508-991-6320.
No Answers In Bizarre Traffic Death Just North of Connecticut
November 9th 1998 at 8am, 16 year old Ashley Turniak was found dead on the breakdown lane of I-91 south in Longmeadow, Massachusetts just 1½ mile from the Connecticut border. The well liked teenager from Agawam had been seen in her high school parking lot before her first class started at 7:25 that morning. Less than an hour later, witnesses reported that she went feet-first from the passenger window of a car heading south towards Connecticut. Her backpack was found on Woodlawn Avenue in Enfield, Connecticut not far from a highway exit. At the time of her death witnesses reported that she was in a tan or light brown mid-size vehicle, possibly a late 80s model Ford Tempo or a vehicle similar to that. After Turniak's fall, the car was seen leaving I-91 at Exit 49 in Connecticut. More than five years later many questions persist, was she pushed or did she fall? Who was the driver? A still grieving family and Massachusetts State Police want to know. If you have any information about this case please call (413) 747-4809.
More than 25 Years Later Young Boy is Still Missing
Nine year old, Taj Narbonne was petrified of his stepfather Clarence Dean.
The two did not get along. On March 31, 1981, he left his on Naples Street
in Leominster home after an alleged argument with Clarence. He has not
been seen since. He was last seen wearing a yellow jacket with blue
sleeves, and a yellow sweatshirt with a picture of Donald Duck on it.
There are conflicting reports as to whether he had shoes and socks on.
Years later, his stepfather was convicted of kidnapping Taj's mother.
Years later he was convicted of another crime as he shot at a police
officer and took two hostages. Taj's disappearance has been classified as
a non-family abduction and is possible that he could have been abducted by
someone other than Dean. If you have any information about the whereabouts
of Taj Narbonne, please call contact the Leominster Police Department at
Unlikely Suspect In 1972 Murder of Altar Boy
It is one of Massachusett's most notorious cases. In 1972, 13 year old
Danny Croteau was found floating in the Chicoppe River just miles from his
Springfield home. It is believed that he was killed by being struck in the
head witth a rock. For decades, suspicions have pointed to someone that
was close to Danny's family. A priest at their family's church at the time
of his homicide. The Reverend Richard R. Lavigne is considered the prime
suspect. He was convicted on charges of child molestation on two other
boys in 1992. There have been almost 40 claims by individuals that they
say they were abused by him. It is alleged that some people in the
Catholic Diocese of Springfield were aware of the allegations of abuse and
murder, yet still allowed Lavigne to be a priest.
If Lavigne is proven to be the killer of Danny Croteau, it may be
perhaps the saddest footnote in the history of the Catholic Church Abuse
Scandal in the United States.
Wife Still Missing Years After Argument with Husband
Thirty year old Debra Marie Melo was last seen by her husband Luis Melo
on June 20, 2000 in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Around the time of 3 to 4 pm
that day, Luis Melo claimed that the two had an argument and that she
demanded to leave the vehicle which was on route 18 south of the Weymouth
Naval Air Station. Luis claimed that he later drove by the same road but
she was nowhere to be found. The couple is alleged to have a rocky
marriage and at one time she filed a restraining order against Luis.
Debra's family insists that that she didn't just wander off. They claim
she wouldn't have left behind her two children. For more information about
this case please visit The
Charley Project Website. If you have any information about this case,
please contact the Massachusetts State Police 781-830-4800.
Brutal Murder Still Shakes Town
In Swampscott, in December of 1974, fifteen year old Henry Bedard Jr. had gone missing after
he had done some errands. Within hours, his parents knew something was wrong and desperately
organized a group to search for him. On the 16th of December, a ten year old boy stumbled upon the body of the
15 year old high school athlete. The murder scene was described as gruesome. Bedard Jr. had been
bludgeoned to death and buried under a pile of leaves. A baseball bat (Louisville Slugger) was
located just feet from his body.
The area where he was murdered was near a hill overlooking the
town property. The place was a popular lookout. It is possible he was going there to meet someone.
The murderer(s) could have been someone he knew or a random act of violence.
The murder caused his parents to divorce and traumatized his surviving siblings. They want answers
and to get justice.
There is one clue however, that has baffled police. A strange marking found at the end of the baseball
bat. To date Law Enforcement has not been able to idenfity it. If you have any information about the
murder of Henry Bedard Jr., please call the Swampscott Police Department at (781) 595-1111 or by email at
Who is She???
On August 8, 2004, the remains of black female were found in a wooded area just behind the Plainville Truck stop. A Skull and a woman's toros were found buried in a shallow grave buried by either a blanket or a burlap. Law Enforcement estimates
that she may have been between the ages of 25 to 35 years old and her height may have been between 4 foot 9 inches to 5 foot 3 inches. There was no answer as to how she died but she was placed there by someone. The victim may have also been bi-racial and been at the site for at least three to ten years.
For more information about this case visit the Doe Network.
If you have any idea as to who this person may be, please contact the Plainville Police Department at 508-699-1212
A Student Vanishes Only to Be Found Murdered
By all accounts 12 year old Michael O'Gorman was a good student. He was described by teachers
and students at the Fuller Elementary School (where he attended) as an excellent student. On March 18, 1974, the Gloucester boy disappeared after he left school and was declared missing. He had last been seen walking towards some railroad tracks.
A massive search involving a police dog, search parties and a helicopter took place the next several days. A nearby reservoir was drained and a national searche ensued on radio, television and police flyers. There were reports of people saying that they had seen the young boy but none were ever confirmed. Several were in other states. Early on, police had thought O'Gorman had run away from home. His parents even had an open letter from them published in the local paper in town. The family was quoted as saying that they hoped their son/brother had run away and was not dead.
Their worst suspicions were realized when in May of 1979, his body was found in a wooded area of
Manchester off of the busy route 128. His remains were found a hundred feet behind a rest stop between exits 15 and 16. His body had been buried under a pile of rocks, his skull severely cracked. Sadly the case has gone cold along with several other cases of other
boys who went missing (who unlike O'Gorman) have never been found.
A Month later, ten year old Leigh Frances Savoie disappeared from the Revere, Massachusetts on April 7, 1974.
He was last seen that afternoon at a Restaurant at Beachmont Square.
On August 21, 1976, ten year old Angelo Puglisi was last seen at the public swimming pool near where he lived at the Stadium Housing Projects in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
On September 30, 1978, four year old Anathony Amato disappeared from a wooded area near Route 52 (now Interstate 395) in the town of Webster.
On October 18, 1981, fourteen year old James Rogers from the town of Hanson called a friend in the nearby town of Halifax. Rogers told the friend that he was going to visit him by hitchhiking a ride. Rogers has never been seen since.
There is no evidence linking these cases. There were two prime suspects in the Puglisis disappearance. One is
a deceased convicted child murderer named Charles Pierce. Another is a convicted pedophile whose van may been
seen near where Puglisi was swimming before he disappeared. In the Amato disappearance, there had been a prime suspect
early in the investigation. That person is now deceased but gave a deathbed confession to a relative that he was responsible for Amato's disappearance. Further information about these cases can be seen at the www.charleyproject.org If you have any information about any of these cases, please the police departments of the respective towns where these boys had gone missing.
What Happened to these Two Teenaged Boys?
It was September 9, 1957 when two teenagers named Robert Rasmussen and Gerard Montrio (pictured) vanished. The two boys from the town of Plymouth were last seen during the afternoon of that day. Their clothes were piled up on some rocks on a beach on Plymouth Harbor near the house where Rasmussen lived. At first it was thought the two boys who were 13 and 15, "may have drowned. But there were theories that they may have run away or been kidnapped. They both still have siblings that would like to know what happened to their brothers. If they are alive, they would like to speak to them. Montrio at the time of his disappearance was six feel tall with black hair and brown eyes. He weighed around 140 pounds. Montrio's sister has a message for him or anyone that may know where he is.
"Anybody knows about him? Anyone can give me a trail? Do you recognize the boy in the picture? Gerald if you read this message, please contact me. I'm Raquel, your sister. There's too many years without hearing from you, without any news from you. I've missed you so much all these years, I still miss you. Please contact me."
Anyone with information is urged to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sixteen Year Old Disappears Two Decades Ago
James Lusher Jr. had planned to take a bike ride to the town of Blandford, Massachusetts on November 6, 1992.
The teenager from Westfield was going to watch a bicycle race that day. HE never made it. Days later his bike was found near a pond in a wooded area of Westfield. A search turned up nothing. At first it was believed that Lusher may have run away. He had some behavioral issues as well as having the mental capacity of a twelve year old child. However, as time has passed, it is likely that he was a victim of foul play. One such suspect could have been Louis Lent. Lent was convicted of killing 12 year old Jimmy Bernardo from Pittsfield. Lent was eventually caught when a passerby thwarted his attempt to kidnap a young girl. Lent is a suspect in the disappearance of several boys and girls in the New York/New England area. There are other people of interest that may have harmed Lusher as well. However, their names have not been made public. Please contact the Westfield police department at 413-562-5411 if you have information about this case.
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