A Framingham man has been found guilty for the 2010 murder of his wife in Middlesex Superior Court Wednesday.
Kyle Alleyne, 28, was found guilty by a Middlesex Superior Court jury on charges of first degree murder and assault and battery following a 12-day trial in Woburn.
Middlesex Superior Court Judge Thomas Billings sentenced Alleyne this afternoon to life in prison without the eligibility for parole for the murder of his wife, and 2 years in jail, to run concurrent, on the assault and battery charge.
“This defendant was found guilty of brutally stabbing his wife to death, leaving two very young children without a mother,” said Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone in a press release. “The disturbing nature of this case is a stark reminder that our efforts to combat domestic violence must remain a top priority. We will continue to work in every way that we can to prevent domestic abuse while also serving and protecting victims.”
According to the authorities, on Monday, Aug. 9 at about 6 p.m. Framingham Police responded to 1325A Worcester Rd. for a well being check upon request from the victim’s mother.
Upon entering the apartment, officers observed the victim, obviously deceased, located in the bedroom area of the apartment. Obvious signs of a struggle, blood, and evidence that a clean-up was attempted was observed in the room. Framingham Police and Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office launched an immediate investigation into the circumstances of the victim’s death.
The medical examiner ruled the victim’s death a homicide caused by sharp force wounds of the neck, torso, and extremities with injuries of large blood vessels and the larynx.
The defendant stabbed the victim inside their bedroom sometime after the late evening of Aug. 4 or the following day and then lived in the apartment until he fled the Framingham area on Aug. 7.
The defendant was apprehended on Aug. 14 in Laredo, Texas, as he attempted to re-enter the U.S. from Mexico.
Combating domestic violence has been a priority of Leone. In 2007, Leone created a new Domestic Violence Unit to more effectively prevent and prosecute instances of domestic violence as well as better serve its victims. Leone has developed several initiatives including a College Training where 200 members of law enforcement, health care, and administration from every college and university within Middlesex County and the surrounding areas are trained in the areas of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking and Cyber Crimes. In 2010, Leone created a domestic violence and animal abuse prevention initiative that is aimed at training law enforcement and first responders about the correlation between domestic abuse and animal abuse.