Lynn Man Murdered In Everett Killed By Saugus Man Now In Custody

By Josh Resnek

The son of the MBTA Transit Police Chief was ordered held without bail on murder and burglary charges last Thursday.

Brian Green in Malden District Court, August 11, 2022.CBS BOSTON

In what might be described as a crime of passion, the killer shot to death the man living with his former girlfriend in a Central Street apartment in Everett.

Brian Green, 35, of Saugus, pleaded not guilty to the charges at his arraignment in Malden District Court in Medford. He is the son of Transit Police Chief Kenneth Green, according to the T.

Green shot and killed 38-year-old Jarmahl Sutson in an apartment bedroom on Central Avenue in Everett on July 19.

Investigators said cell phone evidence put him in and around the murder scene at 4 a.m.

Green apparently knew his way around the apartment because he had previously lived there and “was reportedly upset about the victim’s relationship with his estranged wife who still lived in the apartment.” Green is in the process of getting a divorce.

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Man Fatally Stabbed on Cherry Street

Herald News Staff

Authorities say they are investigating a stabbing here on Cherry Street Monday night which left a 45 year old Everett
man, presently unidentified, dead.

The Middlesex County District Attorney’s office said the initial investigation indicates the man was tabbed after a “brief” altercation around 10:22 pm on Cherry Street.

Police arriving on the scene located the stabbed individual and transported him to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead.

“He was laying down in the driveway there. I could see him from my window. There was a girl screaming in the street,”
one witness told WCVB reporters at the scene.

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Lynn Man Found Shot To Death Here Murder Being Investigated

A 38-year-old Lynn man was shot to death on Central Street on July 19.

Leader Herald Staff

Everett and State Police are continuing an investigation into the murder of a 38 year old Lynn man in Everett last week.

Early last Tuesday morning Everett Police were called to a Central Avenue address at 4:22 a.m. following reports of gunshots and screaming by neighbors.

They found a 38-year-old victim inside the home.

Everett Police and the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office say the incident is being investigated as a homicide.

The man who was shot was identified Thursday as Jarmahl Sutsen, a 38-year-old from Lynn.

This is believed to be the same Jarmahl Susten, aka “Mahl” who pleaded guilty to conspiring to distributing crack cocaine in Federal Court on March 4, 2015.

At the time, Susten admitted responsibility for distribution of over 70 grams of cocaine base.

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Man charged in Everett stabbing held without bail

Everett resident Victor Mariscal swearing at reporters on his way into court last week. (Boston Herald photo)

By Josh Resnek 

Police are remaining closed mouth about whether or not Victor Mariscal, 27, who was charged with stabbing a man on Bradford Terrace on March 16, is the same assailant who stabbed to death 54 year old Michael Starr ten days later.

Officials familiar with the investigation who wished to remain unnamed said the two stabbing incidents on the same street during the same time of evening within ten days would appear to be the work of the same assailant.

“There are many similarities to the two crimes,” a police official added. “The State Police are trying to connect the two crimes,” he said.

On Saturday, Starr’s funeral was well attended by his many friends and family members at the Vertuccio Smith Funeral Home in Revere, where he grew up. Starr had lived in Everett on Bradford Court for almost three decades.

He was stabbed in the back, found by neighbors and rushed to the hospital where he later died, according to sources.

He was returning to his apartment after shopping at 7/11 in the crowded, closely knit neighborhood, when he was attacked.

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