The defendant in a fatal 2013 Flanders home invasion accepted a plea agreement two weeks into his murder trial after his attorney learned that a prosecutor had failed to turn over more than 100 pages of notes related to the investigations — including evidence that others had confessed to the killing. (more…)
Danielle Hall, one of three remaining co-defendants charged in the 2013 murder of Demitri Hampton, expressed remorse during her sentencing Wednesday and asked his family for forgiveness.
Students gathered around a metal bench on the Suffolk County Community Campus in Northampton, which was dedicated in honor of Demitri Hampton, a former student and founding member of the school’s Black Male Network and Black Males Associates Network. READ
The three remaining co-defendants charged in the 2013 murder of Demitri Hampton pleaded guilty last week to reduced charges and are scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 1, according to online court records. READ
The grieving stage has passed. Now, Juanita Trent has entered the “angry stage.” READ
The man accused of firing the fatal bullet in the 2013 Flanders home invasion that led to the death of Demitri Hampton attempt to retract his plea agreement at his sentencing Friday in a wild turn of events that saw him have to be removed from the courtroom. READ
An alleged getaway driver in a fatal 2013 Flanders home invasion learned Tuesday that she’s still facing second-degree murder — even though that charge was dismissed in the case against the man accused of firing the fatal shot. READ
Demitri Hampton knew exactly what he wanted to be in life, his family members say. He was going to pursue a career in forensic science.
Demitri excelled in the subject while a student at Suffolk County Community College and he believed he’d one day apply those skills to help collect evidence to solve crimes. READ