Police say they've identified and interviewed a woman in connection to their investigation into an East Boston murder.
According to police, officers responded to a call for a woman down in the area of 54 Princeton Street around 9 a.m. on June 15.
Once on scene, officers found a woman in early late teens or early twenties inside a garage, suffering from undetermined traumatic injuries.
She was pronounced dead at the scene and later identified as 18-year-old Blanca Lainez of East Boston.
On July 10, Boston police arrested Jose Alejandro Hernandez, age 16, of East Boston, in connection with the murder.
He will be arraigned on a murder charge on Friday in East Boston Municipal Court.
This incident leaves some South Boston residents feeling unsafe.
"We need to move...I can't live here with a 5 year old," Heather Hennessey said. "It's just not safe. Before this happened it felt like a good part of the town but it's not feeling so good anymore."
The woman, whose image was provided by police, was not publicly identified.
Police say the woman was allowed to go back home after she was interviewed.
The investigation is ongoing.