Lynn Man Arrested In Theft From Attleboro Company
Items Recovered Include An Unfinished Super Bowl Ring
Essex Assistant District Attorney Susan Dolhun told the court that local, federal and state law enforcement officials executed search warrants Friday at Murphy's residence in Lynn, in his motor vehicle, and at his business, North Shore Movers in Lynn. Several items were recovered, including an unfinished New York Giants Super Bowl ring, said Dolhun.
The items have been connected with a June 8, 2008, break-in at E.A. Dion, Inc., in Attleboro.
A co-defendant, Rikkile Brown, 21, of 1 Silver Leaf Way, Apt., 127, Peabody, who is Murphy's former girlfriend, had been released on personal recognizance after her arrest. She pleaded not guilty at her arraignment today in Peabody District Court to a charge of receiving stolen property over $250. The judge imposed a bail warning, meaning that if she gets into any further legal trouble while this case is pending, she could be held without bail for up to 60 days. She returns to court February 23 for a pre-trial hearing.
A third defendant, Kristen Sullivan, 22, of Lynn, will be arraigned tomorrow in Lynn District Court on a charge of receiving stolen property over $250.
Taking part in the ongoing investigation are police detectives from Attleboro, Peabody, Lynn, Swampscott, Mansfield, Wellesley, Massachusetts State Police, the FBI, ATF, and the DEA.