A North Dartmouth man responded to his girlfriend’s try to finish their relationship by stabbing her to loss of life, prosecutors say.
Angel T. Alvarez, 65, is charged with homicide and assault and battery with a harmful weapon within the stabbing loss of life of Margarita Morehead, 59, at her Chelsea condo Monday. Chelsea District Court Judge Christopher Henry ordered Alvarez held with out bail and scheduled a possible trigger listening to for June 12.
“Instead of dealing with the reality of an ended relationship with restraint and dignity, this man chose a shocking act of violence that ended Margarita Morehead’s life and ushered in eternal grief for her family, friends and relatives,” Suffolk DA Kevin Hayden mentioned in a press release. “They will receive all the support they need from our office as this case moves forward.”
Chelsea Police officers responded to an condo constructing on Lafayette Avenue simply earlier than 10 a.m. Monday and located Morehead mendacity in a pool of her personal blood, in response to prosecutor Erin Murphy. Morehead was pronounced lifeless at Cambridge Health Alliance in Everett.
A witness instructed police that Morehead had been courting Alvarez, who drives a automobile with a distinctively mismatched paint job, in response to Murphy’s telling on the arraignment. Later within the day the cops discovered his automobile — crimson, with a black hood — parked on the intersection of Addison and Eden streets in Chelsea and noticed what they believed to be blood stains inside.
In the night, in response to the DA’s workplace, Alvarez referred to as for medical consideration and mentioned he wished to show himself in to the police. The DA’s workplace alleges that Alvarez admitted he stabbed his girlfriend throughout a recorded interview with police.