22-Year-Old Quincy Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Murder

QUINCY, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A 22-year-old woman from Quincy has been charged with murder in relation to the fatal stabbing of a man in a parking lot Friday night.

According to Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey's office, Alyssa Dellamano was arrested at a residence in Weymouth Wednesday morning following the issuance of a murder warrant by the Quincy District Court.

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After being taken into custody without incident, Dellamano entered a plea of not guilty at her arraignment Wednesday afternoon. Dellamano was ordered to be held without bail, and she must return to court October 19th for a probable cause hearing.

Assistant District Attorney Carolyn Hely told the court that investigators do not have reason to believe that Dellamano knew the victim, 24-year-old Cameron Nohmy, prior to the deadly interaction on Friday night near the intersection of Hancock and Woodbine Streets.

In addition to Dellamano, police also arrested 24-year-old Samantha Perrier of Dedham, and charged her with misleading police during the investigation. She pleaded not guilty on Wednesday afternoon. The DA said there is no allegation that Perrier was present at the scene of the homicide.

Judge Moriarty set Perrier's bail at $10,000 with conditions that should she post bail she must stay away from and have no contact with Dellamano, and be fitted with a GPS monitoring device. Perrier is also due back in Quincy District Court on October 19th.

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