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"Unraveling the Mystery: The Unsolved Murder of Deanna Cremin"

Updated: Mar 31


Deanna Cremin was a 17-year-old high school student from Somerville, Massachusetts. She was a bright, cheerful girl with a promising future ahead of her. On March 29, 1995, Deanna went missing after leaving her boyfriend's house. Her body was found the next day behind a senior housing complex, less than a block from her home. She had been sexually assaulted and strangled to death.

Deanna's murder shocked and horrified the community. Police immediately launched an investigation, but they were unable to identify any suspects. The case quickly went cold.



Over the years, there have been several developments in the case, but no arrests have ever been made. In 2005, DNA evidence was found on Deanna's clothing, but it did not match any known suspects. In 2017, police announced that they were reopening the case and had new leads. However, no further information has been released.

Deanna's family and friends have never given up hope that her killer will be brought to justice. They have continued to raise awareness about the case and offer a reward for information leading to an arrest.

The Investigation

The investigation into Deanna's murder was initially led by the Somerville Police Department. They were assisted by the Massachusetts State Police and the FBI.

Police interviewed Deanna's friends, family, and boyfriend. They also searched her home and the area where her body was found. However, they were unable to find any evidence that would lead them to a suspect.

In 2005, the case was reopened by the Middlesex District Attorney's Office. They reviewed the evidence and interviewed several people who had been close to Deanna. They also offered a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

In 2017, the case was reopened again by the Somerville Police Department. They announced that they had new leads and were working with the FBI to investigate them. However, no further information has been released about these leads.

The Suspects

There have been several suspects in the case over the years, but no one has ever been charged with Deanna's murder.

One of the early suspects was Deanna's boyfriend, Tommy LeBlanc. He was the last person to see her alive and he had a history of violence. However, he was never charged with her murder.

Another suspect was Michael Cremin, Deanna's stepfather. He had a history of drug abuse and violence. He was also the one who found Deanna's body. However, he was never charged with her murder.

In 2005, police announced that they were investigating a new suspect. This suspect was a man who had been seen in the area where Deanna's body was found. However, his identity has never been released.

The Aftermath



Deanna's murder had a profound impact on the community. People were shocked and horrified by the crime. They were also frustrated by the fact that the case remained unsolved.

Deanna's family and friends have never given up hope that her killer will be brought to justice. They have continued to raise awareness about the case and offer a reward for information leading to an arrest.

The Case Today

The case of Deanna Cremin's murder remains unsolved. However, the Somerville Police Department and the Middlesex District Attorney's Office are still actively investigating the case. They are committed to finding Deanna's killer and bringing him to justice.

If you have any information about the murder of Deanna Cremin, please contact the Somerville Police Department at 617-625-1212 or the Middlesex District Attorney's Office at 781-897-6600.

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Deanna's family and friends are grateful for any information that can help them find her killer.

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