EAST FALMOUTH, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) – Two people were brutally murdered in an East Falmouth home, and now, there are reports that the victims were targeted.
Crystal Perry and Kristopher Williams were found dead Wednesday at the Central Avenue home.
Williams is the son of late Falmouth police officer Theodore "Teddy" Williams, who died last August.
Police said the two died from severe blunt force trauma to the head.
Authorities told The Boston Globe the two individuals were targeted. And this isn't the first time police have been in this house. According to court documents, the house has been scene of two drug raids in the past five years.
In 2009, Perry was charged with possessing cocaine, meth, marijuana and Percocet. And in September of 2011, officers found the same drugs along with guns inside.
Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe would not confirm that the murders are drug related.
So far, authorities have not identified any suspects.
Statement of Cedric Cromwell, Chairman, Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe
"Our Tribal Community is deeply saddened and hurt by the tragic death and loss of our beloved Tribal Member Crystal Perry. I ask all of our Tribal Community, neighbors and friends to join together with Prayer and love towards healing during this very difficult time. We pray for safety, for the swift apprehension of whomever committed this shocking, inhumane act, and for the culprit to be brought to justice. Our Community must stand up and we will not stand down until justice prevails."