BOSTON (WHDH) – Family members of a Massachusetts woman allegedly kidnapped and killed by a Rhode Island man in 2019 looked on in the South Boston courtroom as the man’s trial began Tuesday.
Louis D. Coleman is charged with kidnapping resulting in death after allegedly picking up Jassy Correia, 23, outside a Boston nightclub. A few days after Correia’s disappearance, officers found her body in the trunk of Coleman’s car in Delaware.
Joel Correia, Jassy’s brother, said the process was difficult to watch but he would be there “to the end”.
“It was difficult, there was video, photos… it feels like it happened right now,” said Joel Correia. “We’ll just wait for justice.”
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