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Bodies of 3 missing men found; Hells Angel and accomplices charged with triple homicide

Monday, 12 September 2011

 

Police have found the remains of three missing city men - including a key witness against a ranking member of the Berkshire County Hells Angels - buried at an undisclosed location. Three men, including Adam Lee Hall, the reputed sergeant at arms of the Hells Angels here, have been arrested and charged in connection to the triple homicide, said Berkshire District Attorney David Capeless at a press conference late Sunday afternoon. Hall, 34, of Peru; David Chalue, 44, of North Adams; and Caius Veiovis, 31 of Pittsfield were each charged three counts of murder, three counts of kidnapping and three counts of intimidation of a witness, said Capeless. The men will be arraigned Monday in Central Berkshire District Court. Capeless said that, of the men, Hall is the only known member of the Berkshire Hells Angels. Capeless declined to say when the bodies of David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell were found. Capeless said the men were found at a "burial site," which he said police are still processing. Over the past week, police had been searching Pittsfield State Forest for the three men. Capeless refused to say where the burial site was found and what conditions the bodies were in. Capeless did say police have obtained search warrants for five locations and two motor Advertisement vehicles connected to Hall, Chalue and Veiovis. "This is the end of the search for David Glasser, Edward Frampton and Robert Chadwell, but it is also the beginning of our efforts to bring to justice those who are responsible for their deaths - for their families, their friends and for an entire community of law-abiding citizens," said Capeless. Glasser, Frampton and Chadwell disappeared from Glasser and Frampton's Linden street apartment on Aug. 28, the day Tropical Storm Irene hit Berkshire County. Glasser was a witness in a criminal case against Hall, who is facing numerous drug and gun charges. Hall was supposed to go to trial Sept. 19 in Berkshire Superior Court for allegedly beating Glasser with a baseball bat in 2009 and then trying to frame him for a robbery in upstate New York last year to discredit him as a witness. Earlier last week, that trial was postponed until November, due in part to Glasser's disappearance. Capeless said today that Glasser's death will not prevent him from pursuing the earlier cases against Hall. Capeless said he will push to combine Hall's pending cases with charges filed in connection to the triple homicide. Capeless added that police are still seeking information about the disappearance and murder of Glasser, Frampton and Chadwell.

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