Jeffrey John Curley was 10 years old when he was murdered. Jeffrey was a bright, active, sweet, and loving little boy, who had a great sense of humor. He enjoyed ice skating and playing baseball, basketball, and hockey. He wanted to be a firefighter when he grew up. Jeffrey is greatly missed by his family and friends. On October 1st, 1997, Jeffrey was abducted from his neighborhood in Cambridge, Massachussetts by two men, who lived just a block away from him, and had been befriending him in the days leading up to his death. Before he was abducted, the men had offered to get Jeffrey a bicycle to replace his one. On the day that he was abducted, Jeffrey was at his grandmother's house, and told her that he needed to go and do something, and he'd be back in 10 minutes. Sadly, he was not seen alive again. During this time, the men, Salvatore Sicari and Charlie Jaynes, lured Jeffrey into their car and then drove to a gas station. They demanded that he have sex with them and Jeffrey refused, and when he attempted to fight them off, Sicari held a gasoline-soaked rag over Jeffrey's mouth, eventually suffocating him to death. Jaynes and Sicari then drove to a Home Depot in Somerville, Massachusetts where they purchased concrete, then they drove to a Bradlee’s store in Watertown, where they bought a plastic container. They then drove to an apartment which Jaynes had rented under a fake name. There, he raped Jeffrey’s body. After placing the body in the plastic container and filling it with cement, the killers dumped the container in a river. On October 7th, 1997, Jeffrey’s body was found in the Great Works River. Sicari confessed to his part in the murder but insisted that Jaynes committed the murder and rape. Salvatore Sicari was convicted of first-degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison without parole. Charlie Jaynes was convicted of second-degree murder and kidnapping and was sentenced to death.
RIP Jeffrey. ❤️
June 9, 1987 - October 1, 1997
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