May 13, 2022
Video shows police stopping Louis Coleman, accused in Jassy Correias kidnapping death
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BOSTON (CBS) — For the first time on Friday, authorities showed what happened when police stopped Louis Coleman, who is accused in the 2019 kidnapping death of Jassy Correia.
Video from Delaware State Police shows troopers stopping Coleman’s car. They later found the body of the 23-year-old Correia in the trunk.READ MORE: Rally for abortion rights planned on Boston Common Saturday
Prosecutors showed the video in court during Coleman’s trial. They have previously said that security camera video showed Coleman carrying a body into his apartment in Providence the day Correia disappeared, then several days later lifting a large, heavy suitcase into the car.
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Burlington attempted kidnapping suspects father turned him into police
WOBURN (CBS) — The man accused of trying to kidnap a woman along the Middlesex Turnpike in Burlington appeared in court Wednesday after being turned in by his own father. Tyler Healey is accused of pulling off the 27-year-old victim’s shirt and trying to drag her away on Sunday night.
Prosecutors said it was Healey’s father who called 911 after recognizing his son on surveillance photos, leading to the 23-year-old’s arrest.READ MORE: Worcester police seize 'large number' of stolen dirt bikes, ATVs from basement
Healey hid behind a courtroom doorway as he appeared in front of a Woburn District Court judge for the first time on assault with attempt to rape and attempted kidnapping charges.
The violent attack was captured on video. Police say a Good Samaritan who pulled over likely saved the young woman’s life, scaring Healey off.
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The 911 caller spoke about the adrenaline that came over her, and the need to stop and help the woman.
“It was perfect timing; it was meant for me to be there with her,” she said. “It’s all very emotional.”
Healey is due back in court May 17 for a dangerousness hearing.
Healey was arrested in Framingham in 2020 for threatening to find police officers when they were off-duty and kill them. Police said Healey previously had ties to Burlington, but more recently has lived in Waltham and Newton.MORE NEWS: Nathan Carman says he's not guilty in mother's death at sea