DAILYKENN.com -- "Over the last few years, [Trey] Mahone has faced 13 charges, including an assault and battery charge from January. He had been ordered to wear a GPS bracelet, according to Boston 25. He was a father of five and worked in construction," according to boston.com.
"The 27-year-old woman is a registered nurse and mother to a 5-year-old, the news station said."
Apparently, Mahone moved in with his girlfriend a few weeks prior to attempting to fatally shoot her. He then turned the gun on himself, reports say. The unnamed woman was taken to the hospital were, reports say, she was listed in critical condition.
He is described as both abusive and hard-working father of five children, according to boston.com.
Turtleboysports.com published copies of previous criminal complaints against Mahone.
That begs the question: Why do women fall for abusive men (and vice versa)? What do you think?
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Investigators say his girlfriend was rushed to the hospital in critical condition.
“[We were] woken up by the sirens and the ambulance,” said Tom Casiello, a neighbor.
Neighbors tell Boston 25 the girlfriend moved in a few months ago and shortly after, Mahone started living with her.
Most recently, one neighbor noticed police sitting near the house for 45 minutes, then it clicked for him, were police watching Mahone?
“It was a very hot day, he was in shorts, he was walking here, and I saw the ankle monitoring bracelet. It struck me, maybe he was checking in on the guy with the bracelet,” said Charlie Torres, a neighbor.
Fitchburg District Court released these documents that show that, since October 2015, Mahone has faced 13 charges including assault and battery with a dangerous weapon on a pregnant woman.
The most recent charge of A&B dated back as early as January, and in May, a judge ordered Mahone to wear a GPS monitoring bracelet with home confinement. But neighbors say they would see Mahone play with his girlfriend’s daughter and he seemed like a nice guy.
“One day they were playing laser gun tag, and they were running all over the place having a good time. It didn’t look like there was anything abnormal at all. I never heard an argument, it’s very sad,” said Torres.
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