WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts man has been charged with disinterment after a dead body was found at his home.
Worcester police say they responded to a city home on Monday night and discovered a man’s body.
They charged a resident of the home, 32-year-old Xavier Broughton, with disinterment of a human body and misleading a police investigation.
The body has not been positively identified and an autopsy is scheduled to determine the cause of death.
Police did, however, confirm to The Telegram & Gazette that the address where the body was found was the location of a party earlier this month where 27-year-old Justin Ramos was last seen alive.
Broughton was in custody and it was not clear if he had hired a lawyer.