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Crime Oberlin College grad, 23, indicted in killings of mother, grandparents, caretaker

23:21  05 april  2018
23:21  05 april  2018 Source:   bostonglobe.com

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A Middlesex County grand jury has indicted a 23 -year-old man on charges that he murdered his mother , grandparents , and a fourth person District Attorney Marian T. Ryan’s office confirmed in a brief statement that the indictment had been handed up against Orion Krause, an Oberlin College

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Orion Krause (right) stood with his attorney, Edward Wayland, at a competency hearing in Ayer District Court last year. © Robert Mills/The Lowell Sun/Associated Press Orion Krause (right) stood with his attorney, Edward Wayland, at a competency hearing in Ayer District Court last year. A Middlesex County, Massachusetts grand jury has indicted a 23-year-old man on charges that he murdered his mother, grandparents, and a fourth person inside his grandparents’ house in Groton in September, prosecutors said Thursday. 

District Attorney Marian T. Ryan’s office confirmed in a brief statement that the indictment had been handed up against Orion Krause, an Oberlin College graduate and trained jazz musician who’s been held without bail since his September arraignment in Ayer District Court.

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(WHDH) — A recent college graduate from Maine pleaded not guilty Monday to beating his mother Krause traveled with his mother to his grandparents ’ home on Sept. 7, according to investigators. Krause is an Oberlin College graduate and jazz drummer. Krause’s attorneys refused to offer any

A 23 -year-old man has been indicted in connection with the September deaths of four members of his family. Subscribe to WCVB on YouTube for more: bit.ly/2526UpS. Get more Boston news: wcvb.com Like us: facebook.com/wcvb5 Follow us: twitter.com/WCVB Google+: plus.google.com/+wcvb.

The indictment moves the case to Superior Court, where Krause, of Rockport, Maine, will be arraigned on April 11, officials said.

Prosecutors allege that Krause bludgeoned his victims with a baseball bat on the evening of Sept. 8 and then confessed the killings to a neighbor.

Authorities have identified the victims as his mother, Elizabeth Krause, 60; her parents, F. Danby Lackey III, 89, and his wife, Elizabeth Lackey, 85; and their caretaker, Bertha Mae Parker, 68, a health aide who had recently begun caring for the elderly couple.

Krause’s father, Alexander, told the Globe during an emotional interview days after the killings that the case underscored the need “to pay more attention to mental health,” though he declined to elaborate.

“He was a stellar student,” Alexander Krause said in September. “I have had to learn to cope with a lot of difficult stuff, but this is the extreme bitter end.”

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