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‘‘I want them to catch the man who killed my daughter,’’ Katherine Cremin said. ‘‘I believe I know who is the person responsible.’’
‘‘I want them to catch the man who killed my daughter,’’ Katherine Cremin said. ‘‘I believe I know who is the person responsible.’’ (Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez) Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez

A mother's renewed hope for justice

With new technology, authorities strive to solve '95 slaying of Somerville girl

By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / March 30, 2005

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Ten years ago, someone strangled 17-year-old Deanna Cremin, leaving her body behind a senior citizen housing complex and stirring fear and anger in her hometown of Somerville. Investigators vowed to catch the killer. (Full article: 707 words)

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