Jerry Remy's son charged with murder, held with no bail

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August 16, 2013, 1:17 pm
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(NECN: Scot Yount, Waltham, Mass.) – The son of legendary Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy was arrested for murder. The victim is his 27-year-old girlfriend.

A search of court documents reveals Jared Remy has a rather lengthy and violent criminal history.

Jared Remy is being held without bail after facing a Judge in Waltham District Court Friday early afternoon.
The facts of the case: 27-year-old Jennifer Martel is dead, and the mother of a 4-year-old was killed at the home she shared with the accused while the child was present.

Remy is being held without bail in her murder; he is the son of Red Sox Broadcaster Jerry Remy.

Remy has a long history of violence, according to documents. He is accused of killing Martel at the apartment they shared in Waltham; police got the call.

"On arrival, they discovered a female later identified as Jennifer Martel outside the apartment, Miss Martel had sustained multiple stab wounds...the result of that individual identified as Jared Remy...was placed under arrest," said Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan.

Remy and Martel were in court here on Wednesday after he allegedly assaulted her with a dangerous weapon, according to court documents, a car mirror.  All, including Martel, agreed Remy be released on his own recognizance.

"On Wednesday, a request was made based on the information we had on Wednesday; obviously and tragically, there was different information today, Friday morning,” Ryan said.
Remy's past according to Waltham, Mass. court records since 1998:

- He has faced 15 criminal charges, including this murder charge
- Among those, he was accused of assaulting five people, four of whom are women
- He has been involved in three restraining orders, one in which he was the plaintiff

Tags: murder, Scot Yount, Jerry Remy, Jared Remy, jennifer martel
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