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 His bail on that case has been revoked.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.