Christopher Keeley, the suspect in a savage pair murder in Marshfield, was taken into custody in Miami Beach, Florida, on Saturday night. Since Wednesday, police have been seeking him. Officers discovered the bodies of Carl and Vicki Mattson, a married couple, on November 29 at their Gotham Hill Drive residence.
The couple had passed away when the officers arrived for a wellness check. The couple, who lived at their house on Gotham Hill Drive in Marshfield, Massachusetts, was allegedly stabbed and beaten to death on Tuesday, according to investigators. A dog was also discovered deceased along with the couple.
Keeley was a friend of the couple who occasionally resided in their home, according to the police. He spent months living with the couple and was the son’s friend. A hammer attack on the couple is allegedly carried out by Kelley, according to information obtained from sources. At the time of their demise, the couple was in their 70s.
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Timothy Cruz Kelley, the district attorney for Plymouth County, reported that 27 had been discovered the previous evening at about 8:20 p.m. near Miami Beach. Before being apprehended, Kelly reportedly altered his appearance to conceal himself and confuse the officers. On Saturday, Kelley was taken into custody for an out-of-state escape warrant.