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By Donald Norton
15 to 20 DEA and State police agents surrounded the house at 67 Thurston Street (corner house at Evergreen & Thurston). They were reportedly there to question individuals said to be relatives of the fugitive Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnev. Several agents surrounded the home while investigators were inside. An unnamed source said that the DEA and State Police were sent there, once it was discovered that relatives of the bombing suspects might be living there, to ask them questions.


3 Responses to “Agents surround home in Somerville related to the fugitive bomber”

  1. Elizabeth says:

    How helpful is it to publish the actual address where police are interrogating? I would hate to have those living at this house be unfairly targeted.

  2. huh? says:

    as a neighbor who lives across the street…i find it very helpful…. thanks somerville news

  3. mememe says:

    Elizabeth. Knowledge is not a bad thing. Hold those that made bad decisions based off it responsible.

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