LEOMINSTER (CBS) — The man accused of killing a jogger in Princeton last summer was ordered held on $10 million bail Tuesday as new information in the investigation was revealed in court.
Prosecutors announced an arrest Saturday in last summer’s brutal murder of a New York City Google manager who was out jogging in rural Massachusetts when she was killed.
PRINCETON, Mass. — Authorities investigating the death of a New York City woman killed while out running near her mother’s Massachusetts home last summer now have a DNA profile of a person of interest, a district attorney said Thursday.
Authorities in Massachusetts investigating the death of a woman, who was killed in August while on an afternoon jog, released new information about her case Wednesday.
Three young women have been murdered while jogging in three different states between July 30 and August 7. Could the cases be related?
The charred, naked corpse of a Manhattan-based Google manager was found in a wooded area outside Boston hours after she left her parents’ home for a run, authorities said Monday.
Investigators have released the name of the 27-year-old who was reported missing in Princeton, saying they believe she was killed and that they’ve launched a homicide investigation.