No bail for Lynn male indicted of deadly fight with girlfriend
December 23, 2014 - table lamp
A 28-year-old Lynn male who was reportedly in a aroused attribute with a 51-year-old Marblehead lady is indicted of violence her to genocide in a quarrel that left a bedroom seat shattered, military and prosecutors said.
John Devine was charged with murder and was hold but bail after being arraigned yesterday during Lynn District Court.
Tanya Nichols was found passed in her Sparhawk Terrace home fibbing in a pool of blood from a conduct mishap with damaged seat sparse about in her bedroom, according to a Marblehead military report.
After he was arrested in Lynn on Sunday, Devine told military that final Friday night, Nichols had been “harassing and belittling” him when they got into a fight, during that he claimed she threw herself during a seat and tore during his clothes, and then, in what military pronounced was a changing story, told them he had kicked or thrown seat during her.
Nichols’ physique was found late Sunday morning by a roommate who told military he was relocating out since of a couple’s aroused relationship.
Police found “blood-soaked wardrobe articles piled around her head,” a back potion doorway to a bedroom shattered, and a flare on a building along with a nightstand list where a “legs had been damaged off of it.” Decorative gold-colored rings that belonged to a nightstand list were sparse about on a bedroom floor, some lonesome with blood, according to a military report.
The medical investigator ruled that blunt force mishap to a conduct was a means of death.
On Nov. 17, Devine was charged with assault, hazard to dedicate a crime and antagonistic drop of skill in another box involving Nichols, according to Carrie Kimball Monahan, orator for a Essex District Attorney’s Office. Devine was expelled and systematic not to abuse a victim. In June, Devine was charged with engine car robbery and is pronounced to have stolen Nichols’ Volkswagon Beetle to use for material while borrowing $200.