Stewart Weldon, the man whose East Springfield home was where three bodies were discovered earlier this year, is being indicted on murder charges and dozens of other offenses.
Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni said Thursday night that Weldon was indicted by a Hampden County Grand Jury on 52 total counts, also including rape and aggravated kidnapping.
Gulluni says the actions for which Weldon is being indicted stretched over a year's time and involve eleven different victims.
The Springfield Police Department encountered a woman who claimed she was beaten and held captive by Weldon on May 27th, and three days later, authorities began a search of his property on Page Boulevard that resulted in the discovery of the bodies.
A spokesman for the police department, Ryan Walsh says that he hopes the indictments start to bring a measure of relief.
So far there has been no word as to when the arraignment on the new charges will be held.