Man returned to Boston to face murder charges

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After years of fighting extradition, a man accused of a 2009 triple murder in Dorchester who had fled to Trinidad was returned to Boston to face murder charges.

Keron Pierre, who had been arrested on unrelated drug charges in Trinidad, will be arraigned Monday in Suffolk Superior Court, authorities said.

Pierre was indicted in January 2010 in the shooting deaths of Shacora Gaines, Chantal Palmer, and Anthony Peoples. He was arrested “several months” later in Trinidad on unrelated drug charges, authorities said.

Pierre recently gave up his fight challenging extradition, authorities said. On Friday, US Marshals escorted him from Trinidad to Logan Airport, where he was arrested, according to the office of Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley.

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