SOMERVILLE, Mass. (WHDH) -
A Somerville father and son have been indicted in connection with the death of a man whose body was found behind a Norwood school in January.
Anthony Canejo Sr., 53, was indicted on charges of first degree murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, violation of a restraining order and improper disposal of human remains.
His son, Anthony Canejo Jr., 30, was indicted on charges of being accessory after the fact to murder and two counts of receiving stolen property.
The two are accused in the murder of Canejo's roommate Vincent Lalli, 66, who was allegedly beat with a crowbar and strangled before the body was dismembered and dumped behind a Norwood middle school, where they were discovered on Jan. 29.
According to a police report, the body was taken from Somerville and driven in the trunk of a car that was being towed to Rhode Island. The car was being towed by the suspect's son, where it made a stop in Norwood to dump the body.