Judge Sets No Bail For McKoy, Charged With Murder of Framingham Woman

FRAMINGHAM – A judge ordered Christopher McKoy of Brockton, who was arraigned on a charge of murder in Framingham District Court today, October 24.

The Middlesex District Attorney’s office said McKoy stabbed and killed Jamee Ammons-Maddrey at her Framingham apartment on Monday.

Framingham Police responding to a request for a welfare check found the Framingham woman, 27, dead in her Interfaith Terrace apartment on Monday.

Authorities said McKoy and Ammons-Maddrey were in a relationship for about seven months.

On the morning of Sept. 22, police went to Ammons-Maddrey’s apartment and arrested McKoy on a charge of domestic assault and battery.

About a month later, he killed her, according to authorities.

McKoy, 25, was arrested Monday night in Boston.

The Middlesex District Attorney’s office said McKoy had cut off a GPS device, he was ordered to wear.

In February, a judge allowed him to leave jail but ordered he wears a GPS monitoring device.

The judge today also ordered a psychiatric evaluation at Bridgewater State Hospital for the Brockton man.

In July 2018, McKoy was arrested for pulling a gun on a police officer during a domestic violence incident in Mattapan. His bail on that case has been revoked.

His next court date is November 13.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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