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A SPECIAL SECTION: Haiti, Since the January 12, 2010 Fierce Earthquake

Posted Tuesday, November 2, 2010  

Suspects in pizza killing indicted                                        
By Globe Staff

The three people suspected in the brutal slaying of a pizza deliveryman in September have been indicted by a Suffolk County grand jury.

Alexander Gallett, 18, of Hyde Park, his girlfriend Yamiley Mathurin, 17, of Mattapan, and 20-year-old Michel St. Jean of Hyde Park are slated to be arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court Wednesday on charges of first-degree murder, armed robbery, and breaking and entering.

The three are suspected in the Sept. 3 killing of 58-year-old Richel Nova, a horrendous murder that shocked the city.

The three allegedly called for a pizza delivery to a vacant home on Hyde Park Avenue on the night of Sept. 2. After Mathurin allegedly lured Nova into the home, on the pretext that she forgot her wallet, the pizza deliveryman was viciously stabbed to death.

His assailants allegedly stole about $100 in cash and used his car to make their escape. They also ate the pizza, police said.

Published by The Boston Globe, Tuesday, November 2, 2010
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