Craig Garber, 41 was indicted on Tuesday for allegedly murdering a family in Tenn.
A former Dedham resident was indicted on Tuesday, Feb. 26, for three counts of first-degree murder and is now awaiting trial. Craig Garber, 41, has been held at Hill Detention Center, a medium-level prison, since September 2012 in Tennessee for allegedly murdering three of his neighbors in Nashville. On Sept. 2, 2012 Garber allegedly fatally stabbed neighbors Michelle Pinkowski, 48, her son, Jonathan Culpepper, 14, and her grandmother, Marylea Jordan, 71. Susan Niland, from the Davidson County District Attorney's Office, said that it can take anywhere between four and six months before a trial can start. "It does take some time, but because of the indictment we should have a trial date within the next couple of days," she said.
Craig Garber, 41, formerly of Dedham is accused of fatally stabbing three of his next door neighbors in Nashville, Tenn., according to multiple news reports.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Authorities in Bellevue, Tenn. have accused a former Dedham resident of fatally stabbing three of his next door neighbors Sunday, Sept. 2. Craig Garber, 41, is suspected of fatally stabbing Michelle Pinkowski, 48, her son, Jonathan Culpepper, 14, and her grandmother, Marylea Jordan, 71, according to USA Today. According to USA Today, when authorities arrived on the scene, they found Garber covered in blood. Police say he stabbed himself several times. According to reports Garber told police: "Just kill me." In the USA Today report, according to public record Garber is a former resident of Dedham. Police said that Garber moved to Tennessee within the last year with his mother, the article says. A 9-year-old girl, the daughter of Pinkowski, …