Calvin Roberson Plead Guilty for 3 Unsolved Springfield Deaths In Western Massachusetts!!!
Calvin Roberson will enter a guilty plea in three unsolved murder cases in Springfield. According to Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni, a man from Waterbury has agreed to plead guilty in connection with three gunshot murders in Springfield, one of which occurred as long back as 2006.
On Wednesday, the man suspected of being a serial killer in western Massachusetts pleaded guilty to killing three people. According to Gulluni’s office, 41-year-old Calvin Roberson will appear in Hampden Superior Court in Springfield on Tuesday to plead guilty to the shootings.
A guilty plea is scheduled to be entered on Tuesday, and Gulluni has described the investigation that led up to that point as “nothing short of extraordinary.” Gulluni said in a statement:
“Through the phenomenal investigative work done collectively by these partner agencies, we will give victims’ families answers and justice as the defendant admits his guilt in taking their loved ones from them.”
Roberson has decided to enter a guilty plea in the murders of 30-year-old Loan Nguyen and 28- and 27-year-old Yonaides and David Pichardo, respectively.
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According to Gulluni’s office, Nguyen was killed at Perfect Nails II on December 7, 2006. Roberson and the other two masked guys entered the shop and tied up Nguyen and the other two employees in an attempt to rob them.
Officials said that police discovered Nguyen lying in a pool of her blood after she had been shot in the head. According to authorities, the Pichardo brothers were killed by gunfire in 2016 and 2017.
On October 11, 2016, Springfield police located Yonaides Pichardo in his vehicle, who had been shot in the head. On October 19, 2017, David Pichardo was shot while at the Boston Road LaundroMax, according to authorities, as per Masslive.com.
According to authorities, he was transferred to Baystate Medical Center but later died there. Roberson has been in federal detention since February 2021 on charges related to the abduction and murder of Francisco Roman, a 31-year-old man from Chicopee.
According to authorities, Roman’s body was discovered in a burning vehicle in Hartford on December 26, 2020, after his family reported him missing on Christmas Day.
Massachusetts State Police, Chicopee Police, Hartford Police, FBI New Haven, FBI Boston, FBI Atlanta, and the U.S. Attorney’s Offices for the Districts of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Georgia all contributed to the investigation of Roberson’s arrest.
On Tuesday afternoon, just before Roberson’s court hearing, Gulluni will elaborate on the inquiry.
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