Suspect in '09 Dorchester murders brought back from Trinidad
A man who fled to Trinidad just days after he allegedly fatally shot three people in Dorchester was brought back from Trinidad this weekend.
A man who fled to Trinidad just days after he allegedly gunned down three people in Dorchester in 2009 was brought back to Boston and will be in court on Monday to answer to the murder charges.
Keron Pierre, 27, formerly of Mattapan, will be arraigned Monday, according to the Suffolk district attorney's office.
In 2010, he was indicted by a grand jury for fatally shootingShacora Gaines, Chantal Palmer and Anthony Peoples after what authorities said was a heated exchange in 2009 outside of a party.
Pierre was arrested in Trinidad on unrelated charges months after he was indicted. Since then he has fought extradition, but recently gave up that battle, authorities said.
He was flown back to Boston Friday by US Marshals and was taken into custody by Boston Police.
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