A year after the double homicide on Central Avenue in East Falmouth, District Attorney Michael D. O’Keefe has shared little information from what he has called “a very intense investigation.”
Mr. O’Keefe said that multiple agencies and detectives from multiple jurisdictions including the Massachusetts State Police Department and the Falmouth Police Department are involved in the investigation.
The investigation has yet to yield any charges and Mr. O’Keefe would not say if there were any suspects in the case.
When asked what motivations might be behind the murders and where he suspects the murderer or murderers might have come from, Mr. O’Keefe said that he could not speculate.
On Wednesday, June 12, 2013, the district attorney confirmed the identities of the two victims of a double homicide at 146 Central Avenue as 41-year-old Crystal L. Perry and 23-year-old Kristofer M. Williams.
A release from the DA’s office said that the victims sustained “severe blunt and sharp force trauma,” suggesting they were beaten and stabbed, but released no further details on the causes of death. They still have not released further details on the death.
Family, friends, and members of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, to which Ms. Perry belonged, met last week for a parade down Central Avenue to pay respects and to comfort those in mourning.