Three Charged in Murder of Ipswich Restaurant Owner
Three men have been arrested in different regions of the country and charged with the September 27, 2011, murder of Ipswich restaurant owner Shui Keung “Tony” Woo, 62, of Quincy. Mr. Woo was found dead by employees near the kitchen area of the Majestic Dragon at 11:14 that morning.
Jun Di Lin, 29, (5/19/82), of 18 Francis Street, Malden, was detained attempting to enter Canada at the Niagara, NY, entry point, on Tuesday, October 11. He was arraigned this past Friday in the Niagara District Court House on a fugitive from justice charge and has waived rendition. Arrangements are being made to return him to Essex County.
The following two defendants were expected to be arraigned today in New Jersey and New York respectively:
Sifa Lee, 34 (6/3/77), last known address, 89E Squantum Street, Quincy. He was arrested without incident in Parsippany, NJ, this morning by Parsippany NJ, Police, Massachusetts State Police detectives assigned to the Office of Essex District Attorney Jonathan W. Blodgett, Ipswich Police, the U.S. Secret Service, and the Morris County Sheriff’s Department Fugitive Unit.
Cheng Sun, 46, (11/11/64), of 48 Hester Street, NY, NY, was arrested in this morning at his home by Massachusetts State Police detectives assigned to District Attorney Blodgett’s Office, Ipswich Police, the New York Police Department and the U.S. Secret Service.
Also taking part in the investigation have been the Boston Police Special Investigations Unit, Boston Police Department Hackney Unit, Massachusetts State Police Gang Unit, Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section, Massachusetts State Police Crime Scene Services, Massachusetts State Police Special Services Section, Massachusetts State Police Digital Evidence and Multi-Media Section, Connecticut State Police Major Crimes Unit, Norwich, CT Police Department, United States Border Protection Agency, Niagara, NY, Police Department, Quincy Police Department, Salem, MA Police, Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Malden Police, and the Massachusetts State Police Forensic and Technology DNA and Criminalistics Units.
All suspects are considered innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.