Stoneham Man Shot To Death In Malden

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Rip Van Winkle

Hyde Park, MA

#41 Dec 14, 2010
And you are not much brighter in bringing a long sleeping thread back to life.
M Dubz

Malden, MA

#42 Dec 14, 2010
Act like gangsters and get killed like gangsters. Did I read the above comment correctly? He was a typical boy? Typical boys dont carry guns. Sorry for your loss.
Come on

Lynn, MA

#43 Dec 16, 2010
hoof hearted????
curious

Malden, MA

#44 Dec 16, 2010
was anyone ever arrested for the shooting
It all starts at home

Malden, MA

#45 Dec 17, 2010
rumor (being what it is) is that they have a suspect but he is supposedly out of state
It all starts at home

Malden, MA

#46 Dec 17, 2010
To the above, I'm not blaming fault on the person's fam.......just sick of what is happening to our city. These kids need something to be involved in outside of street life.

The gangster culture (TV) doesn't help either.
Im curious too

Malden, MA

#47 Dec 18, 2010
I would like to know if JJ has been arrested because whether two girls told the two that were murdered that JJ had drugs, JJ misused his fire arm and he placed himself outside on his front porch with his weapon ready, willing and able to murder two teen age strangers before they even arrived. He was on his front porch in anticipation of an event that hadn't even occured. He was waiting for these two kids to arrive. If he was afraid of something, he could have called the police. He planned on shooting to kill before the two arrived just in case something went awry. As for the two that allegedly set up JJ, then they should be charged with at least criminal menacing and contributing to the death of two others, i.e., manslaughter,though its highly unlikely that JJ was "set up". The two probably illicited JJ's help because they did not want to make the deal alone and he got involved willingly and knowingly. If anyone was set up by the two girls, it was the two teens who were murdered. JJ was already out on his porch waiting and with a gun. I dont think he's a stranger to the drug world either or he would not have gotten involved from the start. He could have and should have called the police. And for the commentary about it not being a big deal because a small amount of marijuana was found at the scene, then why prop yourself outside on your front porch with a gun ready to shoot to kill before these two even arrived? If its no big deal, why were two people murdered? This is where the DA needs to step up to the plate and start charging those responsible. You can call me anything you want for voicing my opinion, I dont really care, but the violence needs to stop and people need to be made to take responsibility for their actions and their roles in the murder of two teens on Malden streets who were shot to death over a no big deal amount of marijuana.
All Involved

Malden, MA

#48 Dec 18, 2010
Everyone involved had a gun. Sounds like all are bad.
Game Show Host

Somerville, MA

#49 Dec 19, 2010
'All Involved' wrote: "Sounds like all are bad."

Ding! Ding! Ding! We have a winner!
Who Cares

Malden, MA

#50 Dec 19, 2010
Who cares about any of it ... better them than me !
amie

Malden, MA

#51 Dec 19, 2010
Who Cares ...(?) You care or you wouldnt be visiting this thread. If its better them than you then you obviously care that it is not you and you should continue to care that it is not you because of the violence on the streets in Malden. That's right they all had guns. And it sounds like the two were owed money and came to collect and this JJ became the go between, a big shot with a gun, pardon the pun, and got involved willingly and knowingly, and was ready to kill two people when he did not have to and he should not have gotten involved. Having a permit to own a gun means that you are of sound mind and are capable of good judgement, yet someone on this forum claimed he was "set up" because he was supposedly manpiulated to be involved (?) Yeah, right. Because he has a clean record should not mean he gets away from this matter clean. As far as I am concerned, and I am concerned, he murdered two people and should be charged accordingly. I hope that the authorities have had the good sense to not only yank his firearms but his permit as well!!!
Who Cares

Malden, MA

#52 Dec 19, 2010
It never will be me .... I don't live the drug life. Dope !!
Who Cares

Malden, MA

#54 Jan 9, 2011
... are we done with this one ?
mw law student

Watertown, MA

#55 Jan 14, 2011
Im curious too wrote:
I would like to know if JJ has been arrested because whether two girls told the two that were murdered that JJ had drugs, JJ misused his fire arm and he placed himself outside on his front porch with his weapon ready, willing and able to murder two teen age strangers before they even arrived. He was on his front porch in anticipation of an event that hadn't even occured. He was waiting for these two kids to arrive. If he was afraid of something, he could have called the police. He planned on shooting to kill before the two arrived just in case something went awry. As for the two that allegedly set up JJ, then they should be charged with at least criminal menacing and contributing to the death of two others, i.e., manslaughter,though its highly unlikely that JJ was "set up". The two probably illicited JJ's help because they did not want to make the deal alone and he got involved willingly and knowingly. If anyone was set up by the two girls, it was the two teens who were murdered. JJ was already out on his porch waiting and with a gun. I dont think he's a stranger to the drug world either or he would not have gotten involved from the start. He could have and should have called the police. And for the commentary about it not being a big deal because a small amount of marijuana was found at the scene, then why prop yourself outside on your front porch with a gun ready to shoot to kill before these two even arrived? If its no big deal, why were two people murdered? This is where the DA needs to step up to the plate and start charging those responsible. You can call me anything you want for voicing my opinion, I dont really care, but the violence needs to stop and people need to be made to take responsibility for their actions and their roles in the murder of two teens on Malden streets who were shot to death over a no big deal amount of marijuana.
he didn't misuse his firearm, he actually used it properly. he had th proper licensing and permission to conceal, and discharged only after being in fear for his and another's safety--on HIS property.
the only way he is going to be charged is if it is proven that a felony was under way, than the resulting deaths will be viewed as a murder.

I also know jj - i went to school with him, and i've known him for about 10 years. He and his friend, who i won't name, are ALWAYS at jj's house. they mess with jj's cars and bike, hang on his porch, etc., and are usually there real late, but he's a really good guy-he's not violent, never had that streak. i got out of malden, but if i still lived there, I'd carry my firearm on me constantly. he obv. bought the gun to carry, and he did--no surprise there. murderers and dealers don't shoot people with registered guns--and ANYONE in malden can tell you where to find an unregistered one. as for the weed--it's decriminalized...it'll be hard for the DA to press this, especially when the VAST majority of malden support jj--it'd be a bad political move.
mw resident

Malden, MA

#56 Jan 14, 2011
Distribution of drugs is still illegal. You must not have had that class yet. You can also ask anyone in Malden where to buy weed and your friend's name might come up. The police not the politicians take people to court. You must not have had that class yet either.
old hs friend

Boston, MA

#57 Jun 16, 2011
anyone know if the police are any closer to this....I thought he knew the kid that did this to him...

anyone know anything at all?
old hs friend

Boston, MA

#58 Jun 16, 2011
anyone have any idea how close the police are to getting the shooter? I thought that the victim knew him? Out of state he is?

anyone willing to share anything at all?
Derek

Everett, MA

#60 Oct 14, 2013
Malden is so funny
Malden Resident

Malden, MA

#61 Oct 14, 2013
Even if this Jay was licensed to have the gun, you don't murder two kids. If they were truly trespassing as alleged, go inside and call the police. I'm not buying the eminent fear of his life bull. It was just an excuse to fire the gun. it wouldn't surprise me if he was involved in a drug deal.
Malden Resident

Everett, MA

#62 Oct 30, 2013
Buh bye

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