Man Faces Murder Charges in North Andover, Mass. Triple Homicide

Police and fire departments are on the scene at 10 Foulds Terrace

A man is charged with murdering three older neighbors who were found dead in the North Andover, Massachusetts, public housing complex for the elderly and disabled where all four lived.

George Kettinger, Jr., 79, Walter Hamilton, 78, and a 68-year-old whose name is being withheld at this time were all found dead in their own apartments at 10 Foulds Terrace.

Salvatore Guglielmino, 57, who lived in a fourth apartment in the unit, has been charged with murder, and will be arraigned on Wednesday.

It is not known at this time if Guglielmino has an attorney. 

All victims suffered from blunt force trauma to their faces, according to Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett. There is no motive at this time. 
Guglielmino's brother, who spoke with necn, said Guglielmino is bipolar and was taking medications to treat the illness.

Officials say there will be an interfaith service for all residents affected by the triple homicide on Wednesday at St. Michael's Church at 196 Main St. at 7 p.m. There will also be a circle of healing at the North Andover Senior Center on Thursday morning, where grief counselors will be on hand.

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