Plymouth Police assisted Boston Police as they picked up a suspected murderer who was seeking treatment at High Point in Manomet, Monday afternoon.
According to a Boston Police Department website Thomas Isaac Jr., 31, of Braintree was wanted in connection with the murder of Nelson Torres-Santa, 55, of Dorchester, on November 13. Police had responded to a medical call where they found Torres-Santa dead. The death was ruled a homicide.
On November 20, after an investigation, Boston Police identified Isaac as the suspect and traced him to Manomet. He was arrested without incident, according to Captain John Rogers.
Isaac will be charged with murder, armed home invasion and armed robbery.