For Immediate Release - October 26, 2016

Keiko Thomas Plea related to his role in the murder of

District Attorney Michael O’Keefe announced today that Keiko Thomas of Hyannis  (DOB 10/30/1991) plead guilty in Barnstable Superior Court to charges related to his role in the murder of 27 year old Andrew Stanley that occurred in Hyannis in 2012.

On July 11, 2012 Barnstable Police responded to the report of shots being fired at 30 Otis Road in Hyannis. Officers observed and pursued three individuals fleeing the house and one of those individuals, Keiko Thomas was apprehended a short distance away. Upon entry into the house at 30 Otis Road, Stanley was found bound, beaten and shot in the back.

The Honorable Judge Robert Rufo sentenced Thomas to 17-19  years in State Prison on the charge of manslaughter, 10 years State Prison on armed assault in a dwelling concurrent, and 3 years probation from and after his incarceration on the charge of carrying a firearm without a license.

The case was investigated by the Barnstable Police Detectives and Massachusetts State Police Detective Unit assigned to the Cape & Islands District Attorney’s Office and prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Nicole Manoog and First Assistant District Attorney Michael Trudeau.